I usuallt try to avoid cliches, but sometimes it’s an idea that’s just engrained and there are no better words for it.
pinterest just went to a “new look” and for me, it probably heralds the end of my using it (pretty much what happened with polyvore). I can handle learning the new layout. It looks fine to me (not that there was anything wrong with it before IMO) but I no longer have the ability to right click and “open in new tab” from any board (including my “home” which is basically the “board” of all the new pins from those whom I follow). I’ve always gone through my new pins daily (or more than daily ;)), opening likely looking pins in new tabs. I absolutely WILL NOT re-pin something until I verify that the pin is actually linked to an appropriate source. Sometimes what I thought looked interesting is less so once I look more closely. Either way, I’ll browse through my new pins, opening tabs as I go to look at once I have scanned through all my new pins. Not anymore. This loss of functionality is crippling to me.
I also can’t right click and open up the board that a pin came from (linked at the bottom of the pin). When I am doing a search and get a screenful of pins, I frequently want to open the whole board (in a new tab!), not just the pin. Can’t do it. I have to click into the board in my main browsing screen. Then if I want more details on a pin, I have to click into that as well. Now I am 3 deep from my initial search result. When I finally get to hit back, back, back, about half the time the search has reset to the top of the screen and I have to scroll back through to find my place.
I generally dislike the whiny complainers who post on game / company forums and think so much of themselves that they think thier “This sux and I will no longer be a customer” comments carry any weight with said company, so I have refrained from whining to pinterest, other than filling out a polite feedback form. So that’s why you got to listen to me now 😉
Update: They did fix the issues I was having, FYI =)