Tailwind, the incredible Pinterest scheduler, has recently introduced a new feature, Interval Scheduling. What does this mean for Tailwind users?
How It Works
Previously, when you had a pin that you wanted to put into more than one board, you either had to manually schedule the pin for the times you wanted, let all of your pins get scheduled for one after another or pin one at a time by hand to separate them. Interval takes care of this for you.
Now, when you schedule your pin, you can schedule all of your boards for this pin at same time. Just press the Use Interval button on the bottom, and then decide how far apart you want them scheduled.
The Interval button on the bottom left says “Use Interval.” By clicking on it, you get this screen.
On the new screen at the bottom, you have the option of setting an interval from 10m to 90 days. The pins appear as manually scheduled pins on your scheduled. You can see the times they are scheduled for on the very bottom of the screen. Make sure that you click the “Set Interval” pin to save the schedule.