Add rich Pins to your site

What are rich Pins?

Add rich Pins from your site

Add rich Pins to your Shopify store

Trouble with rich Pins?

Don't want rich Pins from your site? 

 


What are rich Pins?

Rich Pins show more information about the Pin itself. There are four types of rich Pins: article Pins, product Pins, recipe Pins, and movie Pins. 

 

Article Pins

Article Pins can show information about the article, like its title, site name, description and author.

 

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Product Pins

Product Pins with rich data can show information about the product, like its name, price and availability. Also, if we detect a price change of more than 10% on product Pins, we'll automatically send out a notification to people with this Pin that lets them know the price has dropped. 

 

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Recipe Pins

Recipe Pins can show the title, ingredients, serving size and prep time.

 

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Movie Pins

Movie Pins can show the title, rating, director and cast, release date and run time.

 

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Add rich Pins from your site

We’d love to show more info on Pins from your site. To get set up:

Article Pins

  1. Add Open Graph tags to your website
  2. Show us how your Pins look by applying on our Pinterest for Developers site
  3. Wait for our email letting you know if you’ve been approved

Product pins

  1. Choose which way you want us to collect information, and add the tags to your website
    • oEmbed
    • Schema.org or OpenGraph 
  2. Show us how your Pins look by applying on our Pinterest for Developers site
  3. Wait for our email letting you know if you’ve been approved

Recipe Pins

  1. Choose which way you want us to collect information, and add the tags to your website:
    • Schema.org 
    • hRecipe 
  2. Show us how your Pins look by applying on our Pinterest for Developers site
  3. Wait for our email letting you know if you’ve been approved

Movie Pins

  1. Add Schema.org tags to your website 
  2. Show us how your Pins look by applying on our Pinterest for Developers site
  3. Wait for our email letting you know if you’ve been approved 

 


Add rich Pins to your Shopify store

How to add rich Pins to your Shopify store using oEmbed:

  1. Visit the Rich Pin validator on the developer site
  2. Enter the URL of a product page and add .oembed to the end of the URL
  3. Click validate
  4. Click Enable rich Pins on the left hand side
  5. Choose oembed
  6. Click apply

 


Trouble with rich Pins?

Make sure that your rich Pins work by testing them on our rich Pins validator

We need a few pieces of info for each Pin type in order to show them on your Pins:

 

Article Pins

  1. Title

  2. Description

Product Pins

  1. Title
  2. Price

Recipe Pins

  1. Title
  2. Ingredients

Movie Pins

  1. Title
  2. Average user rating

 


Don't want rich Pins from your site?

If you don't want the Pins from your site to include rich info, just add this <meta> tag to the <head> of your HTML:

 

<meta name="pinterest-rich-pin" content="false" />

 

Note: This tag is only for rich Pins, and is different from our "nopin" code.

 


Related Topics:

Pinterest for developers

Rich Pins on Pinterest for business

Rich Pins on Pinterest for developers

 

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