"Re-pin" is a term used on the social media platform Pinterest. It refers to the action of saving or sharing someone else's image or posting on your own Pinterest board.
Pinterest is a social media platform where users can create and share visual content, such as images, infographics, and videos. When a user finds an image they like on someone else's Pinterest board, they can "re-pin" it to their own board. This allows them to organize and save images they find inspiring or useful, and also share them with their followers.
When a user "re-pins" an image, the original source of the image is maintained. This means that if someone clicks on the image, they will be taken to the original source of the image rather than the user's Pinterest board. This helps to ensure that credit is given to the original creator of the content, and also makes it easier for users to find and explore related content.
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