Pinterest is a visually rich social bulletin board that allows people to discover and share the things they love and provides a channel through which you can promote your content quickly across a wide range of users. This article will give you an overview of the Pinterest/Grow integration.
As of July 1, 2017, Pinterest’s API no longer tracks "likes." Additionally, "repins" are now called "saves." You can learn more about this on their blog.
Below is a list of the reports that the Pinterest/Grow integration offers, along with a short description of each.
- Pins: All content pinned to boards, including creator name, ID, board name, board URL, comments, number of saves, etc.
- Boards: All boards created by users, including board URL and name, created date/time, number of pins, followers, etc.
- User Info: All user accounts, including account type, URL, number pins, following, followers, user boards, etc.
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