Just last week, Pinterest announced that they added a new feature which allows users to curate secret boards that aren't visible to the public. Evrhet Milam, software engineer at Pinterest, disclosed on the website's blog that this option has been one of the most requested features, because, let's face it, there are just some things you'd prefer to keep to yourself...at least for now.

Every user can add up to three secret boards. Just click to create a new board, chose the secret setting and whenever you're ready to reveal your boards to your followers, you can easily make it public. Don't worry, your secret pins won't show up anywhere online, so you can be confident that no one will judge your Spice Girls board -- so go nuts!

Click through our slideshow for 10 reasons why you may want to get started on a secret board now.

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  • Inspirational Quotes

    We think it's great that you are trying to lose weight, get over your ex or be more appreciative of your friends...but maybe you'd prefer to keep these mantras to yourself.

  • Wedding Details

    Pinterest is a fabulous place to find wedding planning ideas, but maybe you'd prefer to keep some of the details a surprise for guests...or your groom.

  • Date Ideas

    You may not want your new special someone to know that the impromptu picnic you took her on was actually in the works for a while.

  • Embarrassing Problems

    Believe it or not, people pin cures for ailments, helpful advice and other tips on Pinterest. If you are bookmarking this kind of information, you may prefer to keep it on the down-low.

  • Guilty Pleasures

    It's totally cool to be obsessed with something, whether it be The Beatles, chocolate or puppies, but if you'd prefer to keep that to yourself, that's OK too!

  • Surprise Parties

    If you are being sweet and planning a surprise bash for a pal, use a secret board so you don't let the cat out of the bag!

  • Christmas Gifts

    Pinterest has a ton of gift ideas, especially DIY presents, but you may want to keep them secret, at least until after the holidays.

  • Baby's Gender

    If you have a new baby on the way, you may not want to share the sex with everyone just yet. A secret board allows you to pin all the teeny baby clothes you want, without everyone and their mother seeing them.

  • Party Menu

    If it's your turn to host the culinary club meeting, but you don't want to ruin the surprises on your carefully planned menu, use a secret board.

  • Home Renovations

    If you are saving up for your dream kitchen, but don't want everyone to know about your reno plans, you could curate a secret board of your ideas.

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    Learn how to upload image files to your Pinterest account. Danny Bermant shows you how.

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