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Pinterest - 'Like' butting has turned in to a 'link' button


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#1 Kait418

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 05:48 AM

Hi there!

 

My question is really specifically related to Pinterest - so usually when you log in to Pinterest, all the pins show up in your main feed and you can hover the cursor over each one, and it will give you options to repin, send, or like.

 

However, my 'like' button in the top-right corner has turned into a 'link' button. It now has an arrow symbol instead of a heart, and when I click on it, it takes me to the original page the image was pinned from.

 

HOW have I done this? I've been through all of my settings and the Pinterest help forum, and nothing seems to address this. I've googled it SO MUCH times and can't find any answers, which is kind of weird for google. I've also submitted a question to the Pinterest Team but only got automated responses.

 

Also, it's only doing this to my personal account, not the one I have for work. It does it on Mac and PC, but not on my phone. 

 

So, I know it probably seems like a small stupid thing but please, if you can help me get my 'like' button back I would be so grateful!!

 

Thank you so much.



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