Microsoft recently announced that it will integrate Pinterest in Word and OneNote by giving the possibility to let users embed Pinterest pins.
When users add Pinterest links, the software will automatically recognize and generate interactive modules.
You can take advantage of Pinterest pins in OneNote and Word
Microsoft said the biggest beneficiaries of this new feature are educators, who often use Pinterest to discover new content.
It is an image showcase platform that allows users to decorate their home pages with images that show user’s interest in various areas such as food, fashion, and travel.
For many designers, Pinterest is also a site to find material and inspiration.
The feature is currently available in all versions of OneNote and the Web version of Word, and Microsoft will bring it to the client version of Word in the upcoming months.
Microsoft actually integrated Pinterest into the Chromium version of Edge last year, and that the “Favorites” feature in Edge can recommend additional content from Pinterest if users agree. But now users can embed Pinterest pins in OneNote and Word.
It was previously rumored that Microsoft would buy Pinterest in recent months, but negotiations remained stall because Pinterest’s market value soared during the pandemic.