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Re: RSS Feed for Eve?

Dave Dreezer ·
In your control panel, under Forums, Content Management.Click the Content Island tab. Create the Content Island with whatever parameters you desire, then at the very bottom, checkmark Include in RSS menu. That will turn it into an RSS feed that people can subscribe to.
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Re: RSS Feed for Eve?

Rich Melvin ·
WOW! Only 19 minutes from posting the question to getting a reply with the solution to the problem. Impressive. Thanks, Dave!
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Re: How to automate a Twitter feed from your forum

Sheri ·
Can I do this for our blog/announcements feed?
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Re: How to automate a Twitter feed from your forum

Rosemary O'Neill ·
You sure can! On your blog page, on the right hand column, you should see an RSS link. Just grab that and feed it into Hootsuite as I described above, and voila. Just let me know if you run into any trouble, and I can help further.
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How to automate a Twitter feed from your forum

Rosemary O'Neill ·
I generally don't advocate full automation of a Twitter feed.  Twitter is great for interaction, conversation, and true connection.  When it's just a bunch of bots broadcasting, it takes away from the experience. However. I do...
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Quick Tip: Fun with Twitter Feed Widgets

Rosemary O'Neill ·
In Ghostbusters, they always say "don't cross the streams," but this Hoop.la tip will help you do that (without getting slimed). Twitter offers a simple way to get embed code. And you can use this embed code in a Hoop.la custom widget to present dynamic Twitter content within your community. You can do lots of fun things with this tool. For example, you can use Twitter lists to present combined feeds, you can pull in a hashtag stream, or you can display your Twitter badge (with a "follow me"...
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RSS Feed for Eve?

Rich Melvin ·
How do I add an RSS feed to Eve?
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The Difference Between a Feed and a Conversation

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Social networks can be depressing . Scrolling through a "feed" is a self-reinforcing loop, and you're being "fed" the pieces of content with which the algorithm has determined you will engage. You spend your time scrolling, occasionally flicking a reaction or typing a quick comment, feeling inferior because it's not your birthday, you didn't eat at Ruth's Chris last night, and your 2.5 beautiful children haven't won the gymnastics competition. Sometimes there will be a random, intrusive...
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Re: The Difference Between a Feed and a Conversation

MHK@CS2 ·
Very timely, Rosemary - thanks! Mary
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Re: The Difference Between a Feed and a Conversation

Slaz ·
Such a nice little well-written jab at the drug Facebook and Twitter are injecting into their users. The many Hoop.la, UBB, and Eve communities, as well as Narrative are examples of how user to user interaction through the web should be done.
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