@PinterestGabby & @PinterestJanice There were some strange emails circulating over the last day or so about Tailwind and recommendations not to schedule pins through them and that they would recommend pinning direct on Pinterest. They also mentioned that there is an issue with how Tailwind marks pins as new pins as opposed to repins and this is not good in Pinterest's eyes.
Can you help us get the facts straight on this as people are kinda freaking out about Tailwind right now and pin schedulers?
Thanks so much.
Hey @jfishkind ! Taking a beat to let you know we're working towards faster acknowledgments in the future. Apologies if you felt like we didn't acknowledge your @ tag. 😞
We do have communication for this question to share out shortly. I'll make sure to drop a link here once we've posted it.
Hey @jfishkind ! Good to see you again. 🙂 The post is pretty dense but the portion that is relevant to this conversation is the following:
We encourage creators to continue to post original, fresh Pins to see what resonates with their audience on Pinterest. This is true whether you publish content through Pinterest directly or through a third party scheduling tool.
We've updated the messaging for support teams to avoid any further confusion around the use of third-party tools.