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Limits of iMacros?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by snarky, Oct 1, 2014.

  1. snarky

    snarky Registered Member

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    I understand that some of you are using imacros to auto-follow and like. What about re-pinning? Is there anyway imacros can do this? I'm stuck trying to figure out a way to place each repin in the correct board.
     
  2. cnn8193

    cnn8193 Registered Member

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    Hey OP,
    repinning is also possible using Imacros. Just install an add-on for Firefox and record your steps, you will figure out after playing with it for some time.
    Hope this helps.
     
  3. snarky

    snarky Registered Member

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    Yeah, I know I can do it. But how do you keep you repins on topic with the board you're pinning them to? Do you just dump all the pins in one big board that is very broad in nature?

    If I have a board for muffin recipes, I don't want Chicken Kiev or Cordon Bleu recipes in there as well. I would suspect that would really lower the potential number followers that would be interested in such a mashup of topics.

    Maybe I'm over-thinking this. These Pinterest douches are getting to me..
     
  4. Fortythieve

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    http://wiki.imacros.net/Main_Page
     
  5. Chris879

    Chris879 Newbie

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    I think a bit manual work is still required.
    You could create a list of links to repin as a csv file and let iMacros loop through this file.
     
  6. rovad

    rovad Junior Member

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    It can be done with the use of .csv + category combo. So you re-pin stuff from food category into food boards, fashion pins from fashion category into fashion board.

    I haven't tried going further into sub-categories (for example fashion has shoes, dresses, sunglasses), but I'm sure it can be done too with the use of search parameters instead of just going off of main categories