As of October 16, 2018, Pinterest no longer supports Buyable Pins. The Pinterest sales channel isn't available to add from the Sales channels list. If you're already using the Pinterest sales channel, then Pinterest converts your existing Buyable Pins into Product Pins. You can continue to sync your products with Pinterest using the Pinterest sales channel, and they appear on Pinterest as Product Pins. Source
You can make Pinterest pin then drive visitor from your store.
According to this other forum post you can't integrate Pinterest with Shopify at all anymore, how is this possible?
Pinterest is arguably the most important social media platform for eCommerce. How can Shopify stop supporting this without any alternative... sites that were signed up before still work but no new sites can integrate the sales channel? This is a very clear reason to avoid Shopify and use another eCommerce platform like Woo-commerce, etc. Someone please tell me I'm wrong because this is unbelievable to me.
It is very strange, shopify seem to be making some very very strange and silly decisions lately and losing vision.
1. removing mailchimp integration
2. removing pinterest sales channel
3. removing image editor for quick product edits
Isnt a company supposed to be moving forwards and adding function and usability. Shopify seems to be moving backwards in 2019... why??
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