Users have been using the platform to pin more than five million articles per day, Fast Company reports, so the company has decided to create a designated article pin to make it easier for users to read things later.
The article pins also will provide more information such as headline, author, description and a link to the original source, Fast Company says. Also recently updated: recipe pins, which “now include information like cook time and a list of ingredients.” One wonders what they included before.
This read-it-later service is similar to those provided by Evernote, Pocket and Instapaper, Fast Company points out. The main difference is that now, Brit + Co. will finally be getting traffic from these types of sites.