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Pinterest's search function offers you the ability to find exactly what you're looking for to pin to your board, or pins you've already pinned but can't seem to find.

Click the menu icon in the upper left to browse all recent pins in a number of categories, then choose a topic you want to explore.

If you have something specific in mind, type a keyword into the search bar.

Suggested searches, as well as results from boards and users you are already following, will appear as you type.

Click a suggestion, or press "Enter" to see recent pins.

You can limit results to "Just my pins" by clicking the button below.

To find entire boards dedicated to your search term, click "Boards" at the top.

From here, you can view individual boards by clicking on them, or click "Follow" under a board you want to keep updated on.

Click "Pinners" to see any users whose profiles match your search term.

Click "Follow" under their name to stay up-to-date on their pins.

Boards and pinners you've followed will show up from now on on your homepage.

FunctionAn advanced calculation done in a spreadsheet that typically maintains the format of: =FUNCTIONNAME(DATASET)OffersA feature of many local listing sites whereby a business listing owner can create a special offer, or coupon, and pair it with their business listing.Pin1. A map marker denoting the location of the result of a search on Google Places or Google Maps. 2. a post to a Pinterest board in the form of a comment, image, video or audio clip that relates to the interest around which the board was created;SearchThe process of typing keywords relating to a topic into a search engine in order to find results.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.IconA small picture or image used by websites and apps to represent a function, tool, action or location.Keyword1. Words or phrases used by a search engine to identify and present relevant websites, or, in the case of a site's internal search engine, pages, articles or other indexed media; 2. words or phrases used to target ads to potential customers.Follow1. To subscribe to the activity, messages and/or content of another member of a site; 2. to click on a link.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.Homepage1. The primary page of a website often containing hyperlinks to other pages; 2. the first Web page that appears when a user opens their Web browserCraigslist4972How Do I Search for My Interests?