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Migrating to Hubbub Pro from Tasty Pins

This doc will explain how to install the migrator tool and what data will be migrated to Hubbub Pro.

Here is the data you can expect to be migrated:

  • Your posts’ hidden Pinterest images
  • Pinterest image titles and descriptions

Please note: Pinterest images that are migrated from Tasty Pins to Hubbub Pro are saved in the multiple Pinterest hidden image area of the Post Editor. To see these migrated images, please turn on the “Multiple Pinterest hidden images” option in Hubbub > Pinterest.

Installing the Migration Tool #

Once you are logged in you can navigate to Account > Downloads to access the Migrator tool for Tasty Pins.

The migration tool is a WordPress plugin that can be installed directly from your WordPress’ Plugins admin page. To install it, navigate to Plugins > Add New, click the Upload Plugin button, found beside the page’s title, and upload the downloaded .zip file.

Once activated, the migration options should be available in Hubbub > Migration Tool. You need to have to Hubbub Pro installed and active in order to see this page.

Note: For the migration process, it is not required to have the Tasty Pins plugin activated. However, If you have another migration add-on active (for example, the Social Warfare Migration Add-on) please deactivate it.

Using the Migration Tool #

Please read and follow the information provided on the Migration Tool page.

You will then click on the buttons “Migrate Single Post Data” and “Migrate Image Pin Data” depending on your desired outcome.

Once you click on these buttons, the migrator will run and you will receive a notification when the migration has completed.

You can double-check the migration process went through by navigating to one of your posts and checking the Hubbub Pro Share Options section within your post editor:

Uninstalling the Migration Add-On #

Once the migration process is finished please check that your social media data has been migrated properly. You can safely deactivate and delete the add-on from your WordPress Admin Plugins page.

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Updated on February 7, 2024