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Moving Pins to another Board After searching around, I have found a lot of things pointing out that you currently can only move one pin at a time. To do this, hover over the pin, click on the Pencil icon, and then change the board. See this image. It is evident that a lot of people are asking for the ability to move multiple pins at once as a feature, and ...


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Can you get the source URL of the image itself from Pinterest? Not necessarily - because there might not even be one. Pinterest doesn't require the pinned image to be on the web-page. I can upload an image from my computer, and then after it was pinned to a board I could edit the pin, and attach an URL to it. There is no connection between the image ...


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Move/Copy Bulk Pins After Searching over Internet, I found this tool Pin4Ever!. May be it will help you. Pin Better With Pin4Ever! Pin4Ever is a set of power tools for Pinterest that help you quickly protect, organize, create, and upload your pins. Pin4Ever Features Bulk Image Uploading Pin multiple images from your local drive or images from the web, ...


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Alex is correct. Certain websites create implement "Rich Pins" that Pinterest uses to title pins. The bold text occurs when it's a "rich pin". These are pins that link directly to the original site and the site owner has enabled the rich pin feature that Pinterest offers. You will also notice that the text for rich pins begins with a favicon - Empress Of ...


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There is a Google Chrome extension called Pinterest Enhanced. That allows an easier way to download images with just on click. Pinterest updated their security settings so not many new things have appeared.


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Here's a python recipe. Credit goes to awang. Source # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ Batch download all the pinned pictures in your Pinterest board to a local folder. Be noted: you have to keep your internet browser signed in your Pinterest account first. Please contact me @ alfred.hui.wong@gmail.com if any question @author: awang """ URL_PinterestBoard=input("...


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You can check PinDown Free extension out for Chrome Browser. The free version has a limit of 250 photos per board. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pindown-free/hojoabneemdhaakgfkmiaeafjjlcaebp?hl=en You can see more details on this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=179&v=DxKt9AwnKH8&feature=emb_title


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click on the three dots in the upper right corner and choose "editar ajustes" in the left margin, select "configuracion de la cuenta" click the "idioma" dropdown and select the preferred English dialect click "listo" in the upper-right to save changes. Hope this helps.


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The best workflow ive found so far is by using Zapier, you can create a Zap (custom workflow) to take any images in a Dropbox folder and auto pin them to a Pinterest board. The Zap sets the title of the pin as the title of the image file you place in Dropbox. From there you can go into Pinterest and set tags, descriptions etc if required.


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I cannot see a bulk-load option for Pinterest. Alternatives: You could try installing the PinIt toolbar for your browser (instructions here). Or add a Pin-It widget to your blog (choose the Any image option from here: http://business.pinterest.com/widget-builder/#do_pin_it_button). These won't do quite what you want, but will make it easier to pin ...


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There are quite a few if-this-then-that recipes (like this one) that purport to do that for you. The ones I looked at seemed to simply take the RSS feed from a Pinterest board and use new items on that to post to a Facebook page. There's probably one there that can be modified to your liking.


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