As a brand new company, we’re happy to say we have few errors. However there are times when Pixrit users do encounter errors based on certain settings or activity. Here you’ll find a list of some of those issues in case your having a similar issue that may help you resolve it or at least give you an answer.
A cache is a browser’s temporary storage of web documents such as HTML pages and images, so the next time you visit the website, information can be accessed faster. However, browsers also cache errors and glitches that can keep your browser from operating correctly. A ctrl F5 refresh, or clearing your cache are sometimes needed to remove associated problems and access the most up to date version of the website.
I Can’t Connect To A Social Network
If you’re having trouble connecting to a network, try these steps:
- Make sure you have all pop up blockers disabled (including any ad blocking browser extensions). Some browsers have them built in, so disable all of them for Pixrit.com.
- For info on disabling Google Chrome’s pop up blocker: CLICK HERE
- For info on disabling Mozilla Firefox’s pop up blocker: CLICK HERE
- For info on disabling Internet Explorer’s pop up blocker: CLICK HERE
- For info on disabling Safari’s pop up blocker: CLICK HERE
When you’re connecting your social accounts, the social networks present pop-ups that will allow you to connect to Pixrit. If those popups are blocked, you won’t be able to connect your account. For instance, Twitter commonly blocks pop-ups without you even knowing it.
- Make sure your subscription allows for all the networks you’re trying to connect. Free Trial Users and the “Elite” subscription get all networks, but “Studio” and “Pro” do not.
- Then, do a hard refresh of the page by pressing ctrl + f5 and try to connect to the network again.
Social Network Disconnected
If one of your social networks is disconnected, try the following steps:
- Go to the accounts section of social preferences and try to reconnect the network. You may just need to reconnect due to a change in that network’s account information, such as your Facebook password.
- If you cannot reconnect, check to see if you’ve shared too many images recently. You may have a temporary block from that network, which can range from 10 minutes to 24 hours, depending on the network.
- Wait 15-30 minutes and try to reconnect the network again.
- If problems persist, don’t hesitate to live chat with us here or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ve Hit A Network’s Limit
Some networks have a limit on how much activity or how many data requests each user of that network makes in a 24 hour period. If you hit this limit, you may be prevented from sharing from Pixrit for up to 24 hours. You may also need to reconnect your account in Social Preferences.
My Post Failed To Share
A post failing to share to a network may happen for a variety of reasons. Here’s a few things to check that may fix the issue.
- Account disconnection: Your account may have been disconnected. This can happen if you change your login information for a network, change permissions for Pixrit in that particular network’s settings, or share too many images in a small amount of time.
- Invalid Delivery Location: This can happen if you set a delivery location for a network or Social Category Preset, and that delivery location (albums for Facebook, boards for Pinterest) is either renamed, hidden, or deleted. You can check the default delivery location or the delivery location for a Social Category Preset in Social Preferences.
- Invalid Email Address: If you do not receive an email of your post for Instagram or Google+, check your accounts in Social Preferences and make sure the email address is correct.
For a full breakdown on fixing failed post: CLICK HERE
I’ve Reached My Storage Limit
If you’ve reached your storage limit, we offer upgrades to all plans. Just go to the Subscription section of Account Info and click on +Add more storage. You can choose from 100GB, 250GB, 500GB, and 1,000GB. You can also choose to simply upgrade to the next plan. Of course, if you don’t want to upgrade, you can always delete out some old files.