Getting started

Fancy lets you log in with Twitter or Facebook credentials, or create a new account the old-fashioned way.
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Home feed

The main screen shows you pictures of popular and new items. Fancy as you please.
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If a full feed of feature items gets overwhelming, you can also browse items by category.
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Lists, not pinboards

Fancy lets you add items to multiple lists at once -- something Pinterest and its pinboards cannot do.
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Fancy profiles

Profiles on Fancy show your followers, those you're following, recent activity, and even badges.
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Earn credit

Invite other users to earn credit for purchases on Fancy.
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Add to cart

Different from Pinterest, Fancy has a built-in shop, where you can purchase items you come across, sometimes at a discount.
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