Triberr offers 3 levels of membership: Free User Prime Lite User Prime User We are always adding more features to Triberr to see the latest plans visit http://triberr.com/plans Below are the three different types of members and the limitations that comes with each level. Field/Rule Free Membership Lite Membership Prime Membership Tribe Creation Limit 3 Tribes 7 Tribes 21 Tribes Members per Tribe Limit 30 Members 50 Members 75 Members Maximum Number of Blogs Connected 2 Blogs 4 Blogs 14 Blogs Maximum Number of Social Media Accounts Connected 5 Social Media Accounts 7 Social Media Accounts 21 Social Read more
Vanity URLs allow you to create a custom URL for your profile. For example, your current profile URL on Triberr may be something long and complicated like: http://triberr.com/pages/profile.php?pid=193483 a vanity URL could be something much shorter and cleaner like: http://triberr.com/myname Both URLs would show to the same content, but the vanity URL is much easier to remember and share. Frequently Asked Questions Q) When can I claim my vanity URL? A) All members can claim their URL on Monday, July 22nd. Prime members will have exclusive early access starting today.
Triberr shares posts to your social networks based on the selected sharing frequency. To modify your sharing frequency navigate to settings , then “My Social Networks”. You will see a drop down for each connected social account in the sharing frequency column. To change the sharing frequency select the desired option in the dropdown.
If you already have a Triberr account which you’ve connected a social media profile to, say your Twitter account, logging in with a different social media profile, like your Facebook, will actually create a 2nd, new Triberr account. Creating multiple accounts is confusing, difficult to manage, and is against Triberr’s terms of service. It’s best to consolidate those multiple accounts. At the moment, there is no “merge account” feature. To consolidate your Triberr accounts Log out of Triberr Decide which Triberr account you want to keep, and which one you want to delete Login to Triberr using the social media login you Read more
The, “Exceeds Max Approvals” lets you know that you have approved the maximum number of posts at one time. In the follow image you can see that I have used 2 out of my 100 approvals. The 100 number represents the total number of posts I can approve at once, not the number of posts in my stream. The maximum number of posts you can approve at once time depends on your membership level. Free members can approve up to 100 posts at a time Prime Lite members can approve up to 120 posts at a time Prime members can approve up Read more
Triberr uses Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to securely manage logging into the site. This makes the site very secure, but it also means we rely on these services for site access. If there are problems with a service’s API, or account, it can cause difficulty logging into Triberr. Don’t worry though, we have an easy work around. Since we don’t store passwords, there’s no need to reset your password. Rather, we’ll send you a temporary password so you can login instantly. 1. Enter the email address you registered with Triberr 2. Check your email for an Instant Login link 3. Read more
Every tribe needs a blog, and a social network assigned to it. You can assign 1 blog, and 1 of each social network (meaning 1 Twitter, 1 Facebook and 1 LinkedIn account). To assign a social network to a tribe, first click the “Settings” link under your Account drop down. On the settings page, select the “Social Networks” tab. On the Social Networks page, click the “Assign Tribes” button. Next to each tribe, select which social network you would like to assign to that tribe. As soon as you make your selection, the selection is saved. So once you are Read more
Tribes can have a maximum of one blog assigned to them at a time. To prevent members from switching between multiple blogs, you can only edit blog assignments for a tribe once a month. In other words, if you assigned Blog A to a tribe today, you would need to wait 30 days until you can assign Blog B to that tribe. If you’ve accidentally assigned the wrong blog to a tribe, and you cannot change it, contact us. Just let us know what the proper blog assignments should be, and we’ll make the change for you.
Stripe Users Under the Stripe subscription model downgrading your subscription is a simple process. Simply navigate to your settings page then click on the Prime Membership tab. Follow the remaining steps below: Select a new plan from the drop down menu Click the Pay With Card Button A popup modal will appear requiring you to enter your payment information After entering your payment details click the “Pay” button Once the payment is successfully completed your account will immediately be downgraded to Prime lite If you downgrading during the middle of a subscription term your account will be prorated. The remaining Read more
You can upgrade to Prime from a free account to a Prime account or Lite to Prime by visiting our Triberr’s Plans Page