How to Recover Deleted Pinterest Board

Recover Deleted Pinterest Board: Pinterest attracts the attention of a large number of users by providing them with an option to save any image they want as pins. You could save and manage different pins and media content on boards.

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Have you ever deleted Pinterest boards and then wanted to restore them?  Well, there are a few simple ways you can recover your deleted Pinterest boards.

Let’s take a look at the steps for retrieving your missing or deleted pins on Pinterest.

How to Recover Deleted Pinterest Board

1. Use Backup

Many Pinterest users share the links of the backups over emails and social media. These links can be your backup for retrieving the missing boards. In order to bring the deleted pins back, check your emails or social media to find the link to the boards.

As you open those links, you will get a message that reads “the board you’re trying to access is deleted”. Just below this message, you will find a restore button. From here, you can restore the Pinterest board.

2. Use Different Pinterest Accounts

If you don’t remember deleting the Pinterest boards, then there is a good chance you have logged into a different Pinterest account. If that’s the reason why your Pinterest board is missing or it looks different, worries not! You can use your email to log into different Pinterest accounts until you find the right one.

3. Get Your Group Board Back

If you had joined a group board and now you can’t find the board anymore on your dashboard, then the group admin must have removed you or you must have removed yourself. You can request the admin to add you again so that you can find the group board.

Here’s how you can:

  • Find the board that you’d like to join.
  • Tap on the “Request to join” button.
  • Once your request gets approved, you’ll receive a push notification.
  • Now you can access the group board.

Final Words:

If none of these methods work, then try searching for a cached copy. Your last resort is the data recovery software. They may or may not work, but there’s nothing wrong with giving these software applications a try.

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Dharmesh Donda

iStaunch is written by Dharmesh Donda, an avid Internet geek, IT professional since 2012. Have been in IT industry for more than a decade, and currently doing management and consulting work have taken a plunge into entrepreneurship.