Pinboards help you capture, save and share the Discovery content that matters to you most.
Across Discovery, you can hover next to articles, patents, market reports, etc. and choose to Pin the item to a Pinboard.
When you have found an item you would like to Pin, click on the Pin button and you will be able to create a new pinboard or save the item to one of your previously created pinboards.
If you decide to create a new pinboard you will be able to give your pinboard a title and decide whether the pinboard is private or open. If the pinboard is set to open your colleagues who have access to Discovery will be able to view and follow your pinboard.
If you go to "Pinboards" at the top-right of the page, you will then be able to view your previously created pinboards as well as those that you are following and those that your colleagues have created.
For each of your pinboards, you can either edit them, share them via email or delete them.
If you choose to edit your pinboard, you can then remove any items contained within it, share them by email, copy the link to your clipboard or make comments on them.
You can also pin a webpage that you have found outside of discovery. To do this click the "add your own link" button and then fill in the details. Once done, click "Add" and this will create a new custom pin on your pinboard.
For Chrome users, if you install the pinboard extension, you will then be able to add links to your pinboards directly from webpages.
For your company pinboards (which are pinboards that members of your company have marked as open), you are able to follow them and share them via email.
If you choose to view the pinboard, you can share any of the items contained within via email, copy the links for them to your clipboard or make comments on them.
For the pinboards you have decided to follow, you can decide to unfollow them or share them via email.
Like with company pinboards, if you choose to view the pinboard, you can share any of the items contained within via email, copy the links for them to your clipboard or make comments on them.