How to use Pinterest browser add-ons effectively

By Veeshaal   March 25, 2012

A number of add-ons for the browser makes it easier for pinning photos on Pinterest. Many browser add-ons makes it easier to pin a photo with a single click or keyboard shortcut or even attach a full screenshot of the digital whiteboard or enlarge the photos in Pinterest. Here are the few most interesting Pinterest browser add-ons.

Pinterest – pinning photos and videos

So far there are mainly three popular ways in which photos or videos can be pinned at Pinterest. Either one pinning the bookmarklet, which as a bookmark in the browser is inserted, inserts on the appropriate form Pinterest the link to the web address of the page on which is the preferred photo or – similar to Twitter – repin the contribution Pinterest of another User. With all the browser extensions are now open to Pinterest users even more ways to easily attach photos to their bulletin board.

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Browser add-ons for fast pinning

With the “Pinterest Pin it Button” for Chrome or “Pinterest Right-click”  for Firefox and the “Easypinner for Pinterest” for Opera will let you pin photos with a click of mouse to the Pinterest Message Board.

Pin It!” for Chrome in turn allows the user to easily pin with a keyboard shortcut. After you have installed this browser extension on Chrome, press “Ctrl + Alt + P” and can be as usual to choose the photo to pin. Add a description and click the Pin button.

Enlarge images with Pinterest

Addons like ” Pinterest image expander” or ” Zoom Pinterest” (both for Chrome) or “Pinterest Image Enlarger ” (for Safari) will let you enlarge any photo while viewing your Pinterest Message Board.

Instead of pinning of individual photos take screenshots

If you want to take a screenshot of the webpages that you visit then “Screen 2 pin” extension for Chrome will come in handy. Unlike other addons you can use this to take a screenshot of the webpage and share it on Pinterest.

It is striking that the majority of Pinterest browser add-ons can be found currently in Google’s Chrome. The competitors Firefox and Safari but seem to follow suit now.

About the author: This is a guest post by Veeshaal who blogs at www.teletechnology.in. If you would like to write for Techxt.com then please read the guidelines.

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