When this happens...
RSS by ZapierNew Item in Feed
Then do this...
PinterestCreate Pin

Whether you maintain an RSS feed or just want to share the great content you find on someone else's, set up this integration and we'll take care of the whole thing. After that, whenever we find a new item posted to the RSS you want to watch, we'll also Pin it to any board you want on Pinterest, so all that great content can be spread far and wide without any additional work.

How this RSS-Pinterest integration works

  1. A new item is posted to an RSS feed
  2. Zapier automation Pins it to a board on Pinterest

Apps involved

  • RSS
  • Pinterest

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When this happens...
then do this!
New Liked Pin

Triggers whenever you like a Pin on Pinterest.

Create Pin

Creates a new Pin on the board you specify

New Pin

Triggers when a new Pin is added to a board.

Create Item in Feed

Power your own Zapier RSS feed.

New Board

Triggers when a new board is created by you. Note that a "secret" board will not trigger your Zap.

New Item in Feed

Triggers on new RSS feed items.

New Follower

Triggers whenever you get a new follower.

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Pinterest is the world’s catalog of ideas that more than 100 million people around the world use every month to get more creative in their everyday lives. Save images and videos ("Pins") to curated collections ("Boards") from any website, or upload your own. Build your online presence and grow your audience by sharing your visual catalog, and track what your audience thinks through their Likes and repins.

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What is RSS by Zapier?


RSS (really simple syndication) is pretty much the industry standard for feed readers. You'll find RSS feeds in almost every app imaginable.

See RSS Integrations