We just pushed out a minor update to Tasty Pins that includes a few fixes. Here are three things you’ll find in Tasty Pins version 0.8.1:
1. Pinterest fields are re-instated in WordPress 5.2 Classic Editor ✔️
WordPress Version 5.2 introduced some changes to the Classic Editor that prevented the Pinterest fields from working properly when editing an inline image in the Classic editor. We’ve fixed that up with this release.
If you’re using the Block editor (which we recommend!), this issue would not have applied to you.
2. Fix markup for hidden images that don’t contain Pinterest Text 🖼
A customer noticed that hidden images that didn’t have any sort of Pinterest Text set weren’t picked up by any Pinterest tools. While this situation is unlikely, we identified the problem (a missing space!) and fixed it up in this version 0.8.1.
3. Add a welcome page after plugin activation 💪
While this doesn’t necessarily impact current customers like yourself much, it’s a nice feature-add for new customers. When Tasty Pins is activated, the user will be redirected to a welcome page that explains the main features of Tasty Pins and points them to helpful links. If you’d like, just deactivate and then reactivate the Tasty Pins plugin to check it out.
Don’t Forget to Update! ⚡
If you’re a Tasty Pins customer, you should soon see an update for Tasty Pins in your WordPress dashboard. Make sure to update to start using these awesome new features.
Want to vote on what we should build next? You can do so here: wptasty.com/tp-feature-requests
Interested in Tasty Pins? 💃
If you’ve been tossing around the idea of giving Tasty Pins a try, these updates might just make you pull the trigger! We’re always looking for new ways to improve Tasty Pins, and you can be confident that we’ll keep supporting you on your blogging journey.
Take a look at all Tasty Pins has to offer here: https://www.wptasty.com/tasty-pins
Also, don’t forget about our 15-day money-back guarantee! Trying Tasty Pins is risk-free, and we think you’ll really like it.