Added the incorrect Source URL to one of your uploaded Pins? Here's how to update or change the Source URL on your scheduled Pins!
Note: You will need to make changes to each Pin individually. For re-Pins, you will only be able to edit the Source URL for Pins that direct to your claimed domain on Pinterest. For more information on claiming your website domain on Pinterest, click here.
All scheduled Pins MUST have a Source URL in order to be published to Pinterest.
1. Open any Draft or Scheduled Pin and find the Pin URL below the Pin Description in the Pin Details section:
2. Click on the text box to enter the URL for your Pin. If you created a Pin in Tailwind Create or with the Tailwind extension, we will automatically add a Source URL for you.
3. When you're finished editing, make sure to click either Save for Later or Schedule Post at the bottom of the Pin:
Note: In order to prevent other Pinterest users from taking your images and changing the URL to link back to their website, Pinterest has become stricter about URL editing when the URL is not a domain that you own. If you're attempting to change the domain for content you own that is hosted on another website (i.e. Etsy), you will have to edit the original Pin you created (not a repin) or create a new Pin entirely.
Have more questions or need help? Contact our Customer Success Team using the question mark icon in the bottom left corner of your dashboard, or email us at [email protected].