Social login is popular among customers due to a faster registration process (requiring almost no additional information), and you can save the time of remembering all your accounts. However, before creating a social login in Magento 2, you have to connect to the API of other social networks such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. Today, we will show you how to configure Pinterest API in Magento 2.
When entering Pinterest, you need to create an external application to connect your website to Pinterest API. Then, application ID and secret (Client ID and secret or API ID and Secret), or application credentials, are all that we need. With this external application, your website will be linked to API. And these credentials play an important role in making Pinterest users get access to your website.
To Configure Pinterest API, let’s follow these steps:
How To Configure Pinterest API in Magento 2 in 3 Steps
Let’s access developers.pinterest.com/apps, in order to create a new app, you need to read and agree with Developer terms written on November 2016. Please tick on I agree to the Pinterest Developer Terms and the API Policy box and click Create app.
A Create a new app window pops up, and you need to fill in the information as suggested. Click Create button when it turns purple.
You are now in developer page, and it is easy to see your App ID and App secret.
Click Show button to see the full form of App secret
Copy and paste them into API fields in Magento Admin -> Store -> Configuration-> Magenest -> Social login -> Pinterest following this link.
Moreover, on the same page, you are able to see and change your app description. You can also change platforms which include The Web, iOS and Android, and collaborators (creator, developers, and tester).
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