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  • Love it very much. But it isn't working already for about a month :(
  • would never pull up anything when I clicked the button
    Can you please say more about what sites you're trying to save from?
  • When it works, it's great. But if Firefox updates...the troubles begin and you get a message saying "Ooops!" Very frustrating. After following pinterest directions for fixing the problem, I realized they just did not work. I've had to delete the button, close Firefox, restart, and then re-install.
  • In the past the button worked decently, now in a bad way!
    Very frequently, the message 'Ops! Sorry, an error appears to have occurred. Please verify that you are logged in to Pinterest and try again. ' This support explains to you how to restore the functionality of the button:
    - clear the Firefox cache
    - uninstall the button
    - reinstall the button
    But are we crazy? Sounds like a joke!
    At least try to find a solution to this bug would avoid the shame of being considered amateur programmers.
    Otherwise, restore the old version that didn't give any problems!
    This morning's release may fix the faulty login error; please try again with v4.0.83 when you get it?
  • Doesn't work
  • Despite the slew of other reviewers demonizing the Firefox Devs, it is abundantly clear that their issues are user errors not dev errors. :e: Turns out there is an error, but that doesn't rescind the fact that the prior reviewers are still dicks about it :)

    I just installed the app, have used it perfectly fine.

    I am logged into a single Pinterest account, and am running no other add-ons. As a note, I run very stringent privacy options and restrictions on both my device and Firefox, and I'm still not plagued with any issues.

    Thank you Firefox Devs for being patient and doing your best, this is working great for me and my design work!

    :e: I don't see a way to respond to the dev response below, so I'm editing it in.
    I am running container tabs, but specifically I only had a Facebook container tab open at that time. To my knowledge I didn't have anything else actively running in a container tab, except for the Facebook one.

    :e: I now got the login error myself, here's a capture of the error message & the error log text:
    https://imgur.com/a/mJ3gBJR - Error capture
    "Invalid URL
    The requested URL "[no URL]", is invalid.

    Reference #9.ae9a3b17.1562655664.4f2c2b8a " - Error log text
    I was currently logged into Pinterest on a Tab, and I Reloaded the tab and still had the error. I was attempting to pin an image from Unsplash when I encountered the error.
    Thanks for speaking up, but we do have a bug that's proving very hard to replicate. (In our logs we can see the effects on a very small number of daily users, so we're sure it's not user error.) Since you're not seeing trouble, would you mind helping us rule some things out? I see you're only using one Pinterest account and no other add-ons. Can you please tell us if you're using Container Tabs?

    Thanks very much for your kind support.
  • Essa bagaça não funciona, não aparece nenhuma opção, tela ou mensagem e clicar em cima do botão na barra de tarefas não faz nada. Em vez de refutar as reclamações consertem essa joça ou retirem ela.
  • This is a known problem but it appears the Dev team is not interested in fixing this issue as per the snarky response (see copy below). There are plenty of other reviews with specific (very specific) information but note the Dev team doesn't respond to those, only the ones where they can put the blame back on the user for not providing enough info. The pin button doesn't work. Fix it.

    This response is the SOLE reason I am writing this review. It is the ONLY reason I will be removing Firefox from all our systems. A Dev team that is so disinterested in fixing a problem that impacts so many users and a Dev rep that can respond to customers in a snarky way with no worry of censure is worrisome.
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    Developer response
    posted 20 days ago
    Hi, thanks for the review!

    Any detail you could give besides "works then doesn't work" would be helpful, such as your OS and Firefox versions, the URL of the page you're trying to save, and how (browser button, hovering Save button, context menu) you are invoking the add-on.

    I am not sure what "runs in mobile mode instead of desktop mode" is supposed to mean. Are you running the extension on mobile Firefox? Also not sure what "adding content or #Tags" means; unless you mean entering hashtags in pin descriptions, tags aren't really a thing on Pinterest.

    I did not mean to come across as "blaming" Ghostery; I have mentioned it in replies becuase we've had at least one case of a user (in these reviews) who mentioned it as another installed add-on. I will count you as a reporter who is also using it, unless that's wrong.
  • This button used to work prior to updates from Firefox. No matter what I do to fix it, it will not work. I keep getting an error message stating "Oops, something went wrong". Using Firefox 67.0.4 (64 bit) on Mac Mojave.
    If you're seeing "oops, something went wrong" that's an API error trying to save the Pin. Can you please say more about the URL you're trying to save?
  • Doesn't work. I keep getting the same error message - "Sorry, something's not quite right here. Please check that you are logged into Pinterest and try again." Yes, I am logged into Pinterest. Cleared cache, tried again, same message. Refreshed both pages, tried again, same message. Logged off, logged back on, opened both pages in tabs again, same message. Firefox version 67.0.3, MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6

    Are you using more than one Pinterest account? No
    Are you browsing in private mode? No
    Are you using container tabs? No

    I gave up and downloaded someone else's.
    We are working diligently to understand what's going on with this error. Some questions:

    Are you using more than one Pinterest account?
    Are you browsing in private mode?
    Are you using container tabs?

    Would you be willing to talk with me away from here to help sort this out? We have not yet been able to replicate this problem anywhere.
  • Having the same experience as others. Ever since the update, it no longer works. It opens up the extension to pin the image but there are no boards available. It is empty. Only has the option to 'create board' but even if you do that it errors out. Definitely logged in to Pinterest in the browser. If you navigate to a site that has a 'pinit' action embedded on the image and use that it works fine (as normal). It is purely the browser extension that is no longer working (whether from the browser button or the browser added Pin save button overlay on images). Open the pin image showing empty with no boards to choose from and no ability to pin.

    Have disabled all extensions = same error.
    Cleared cache = same error.
    Restarted computer = same error.Private browser (is allowed in there) = same error.
    Disabled the extension and reinstalled multiple times = same error.

    Running FF Developer Edition 68.0b8.
    Pin version 4.0.82
    Mac Sierra 10.12.6
    Logged into multiple Pinterest accounts.

    Thanks!
    This sounds like we're confused about what Pinterest account you are signed in to. Would you please log out of all accounts, log back in to only one, and try again?

    Also: do you have access to a non-developer version of Firefox?
  • I love it! I was worried it wouldn't work after reading the reviews but it actually works perfectly for me :D
  • works then doesn't work. runs in mobile mode instead of desktop mode so adding content or #Tags is impossible. Ghostery has fully allowed Pinterest for tracking its is NOT the problem, Poor programming and blame game...
    Hi, thanks for the review!

    Any detail you could give besides "works then doesn't work" would be helpful, such as your OS and Firefox versions, the URL of the page you're trying to save, and how (browser button, hovering Save button, context menu) you are invoking the add-on.

    I am not sure what "runs in mobile mode instead of desktop mode" is supposed to mean. Are you running the extension on mobile Firefox? Also not sure what "adding content or #Tags" means; unless you mean entering hashtags in pin descriptions, tags aren't really a thing on Pinterest.

    I did not mean to come across as "blaming" Ghostery; I have mentioned it in replies becuase we've had at least one case of a user (in these reviews) who mentioned it as another installed add-on. I will count you as a reporter who is also using it, unless that's wrong.