The Pinterest button in the share icons in the Hub sidebar has disappeared! How else am I meant to know how many thousand pins I have?
I just checked several of your Hubs and do see all of the social sharing buttons. They are usually the last screen elements to load.
Are you still having trouble seeing them?
Is it on a specific Hub?
If so, please include the URL and/or title and we can look into it further.
As @janshares mentioned, there is an image size requirement in order to post to Pinterest, so that could be a factor.
The other ones seem to be loading fine! I can also see the Pin button on other people's hubs. I double checked - the pinning button hasn't magically turned itself off, either!
Straaange... it's now back as if it never disappeared. Pinterest is messing with me!....
Wry, I can see it now on your Cord Clamping Hub 14k+ plus pins (very good)
Are the images on those particular hubs stellar? I noticed that my hubs with not-so-exciting images don't have a Pinterest button. I think Pinterest picks and chooses.
I have noticed that the Pinterest button is available on the photos themselves instead of the sidebar, at least some of the time. Doesn't tell you how many pins it has though.
I just checked one of my hubs and the button was on the sidebar. I'm not sure if it varies from hub to hub or from time to time.
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
The Pinterest Button has disappeared from by Hubs, even though I have opted to allow pinning.
by Jason Menayan 2 years ago
We added the Pinterest "Pin It" button to the small collection of popular social-sharing buttons at the top of Hubs on Thursday. Pinterest has rapidly become one of the largest social media traffic drivers to HubPages, already substantially larger than Twitter and Reddit. Maddie wrote a...
by Marina 3 years ago
The wide Hub design is finally out! Please use this thread to ask questions and report bugs. For more detailed information about the redesign, check out the original blog and forum post announcements. We hope you like the new Hub!Edit: Just want to add that if you have any suggestions for how...
by Chuck Bluestein 6 years ago
I thought that the Pinterest button will appear on old hubs if you edit them, but I did that and it did not work. Does it appear on an old hub if you add a picture to the hub, that did not have one?
by JessBraz 4 years ago
Hello all!I just had a comment posted on one of my hubs by a fellow hubber (Examiner-1) who pointed out to me (thankfully!) that my hub is not displaying any of the "share" buttons? .. He wasn't able to pin it to pinterest.. Has anyone else encountered this problem?I see all the ads (he...
by Jason Menayan 6 years ago
We noted that several users had concerns about having their Hubs pinned on the social network Pinterest.You can now disallow pinning by checking off the checkbox on this page:My Account > Profile > Social NetworksChecking this box will do two things:1. It will remove the "Pin It"...
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