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My first magazine

Flipboard now lets you create custom magazines with the stories you want to read and videos you want to watch. You can keep them to yourself, share them with friends directly, or share them publicly on social networks. Read full review
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New buttons for adding content

With the latest update, Flipboard has added a plus sign that sits next to every story and video so you can add them to a custom magazine. Read full review
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Choose your title and description

When you create a magazine, simply add a title and a description, then start adding stories as you browse Flipboard. Read full review
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Your magazine, your name

When you create a magazine with a title and description, it will show up in the upper left of the layout. Read full review
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Manage your magazines

To see all your created magazines, touch the red ribbon button in the upper right of the interface, then look just below your username. Read full review
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