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Once you start discovering the many different ways you can use Pinterest, you may stumble into a situation where you can have fun sharing a board with others so you can all contribute images and links.

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Jen Lee Reeves is AARP's social media trainer.

I experienced that kind of situation a few years ago when my daughter was asked to be a flower girl in a wedding. The bride and I shared a Pinterest board where we could provide links to dresses we both liked for my daughter to wear.

See also: Step-by-step guide on collaborating with Pinterest (PDF)

In the end, we found the perfect dress, and now we have a neat collection of dresses on the Pinterest board. If you have a quilting circle, everyone can share ideas of designs or show off the pieces of work each person completed.

You can do a shared book board where everyone shares different book recommendations. You can brainstorm party planning or gift ideas with friends. There are limitless reasons to share a board with people you know.

If you are curious about how to share a Pinterest board, you can visit the TEK social media training page to learn the steps this takes.


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