There are several ways to sort posts in your tribal stream. You can access available options by clicking on the New Posts button. Then select which method you would like to sort by from the drop down box.
Up until now, once a blog post is imported into Triberr that post is locked. You can’t fix a typo or optimize the description. Now we’re introducing the ability to fully edit a post inside Triberr. Step 1) Hover over a post in your Tribal Stream or My Posts to reveal an arrow drop down at the top right corner Step 2) Click the arrow drop down to see the “Edit Post” option 3) On the “Edit Post” page, hover over the main text to reveal a button that reads, “Click to begin editing” Don’t forget to Hover to Read more
Inviting a friend or co-worker to Triberr is easy. 1) Send them a link to the Triberr homepage or a tribe page. A tribe page link will look like: http://triberr.com/pages/tribe-overview.php?tid=1 2) Have them “Follow” the tribe This will prompt them to register 3) Promote them to a member Read step by step instructions on promoting a follower to a member. If they are already on Triberr, you can just search for their name and invite them to your tribe. When you invite someone in this way you won’t need to promote them to a member, because they will Read more
RSS (Real Simple Syndication) is a way by which Triberr imports your new posts and presents them to your tribemates for sharing. So, it’s very important that your RSS is configured correctly. You can find your RSS feed’s address in few different ways. Look for the RSS Icon If you have RSS, it will usually be visible somewhere on your blog as an RSS icon. It looks like this: Click on it and copy/paste the URL from the address bar into Triberr’s Settings. WordPress Discovering the URL for your RSS feed on WordPress is usually pretty easy. It’s either http://your_domain_name.com/feed Read more
Triberr shares approved posts to your connected social networks every 15 minutes by default. However, you can change this. First, click on Settings. Finally, change to desired posting frequency. Your approved posts will now be shared at your new scheduled time.
Triberr allows you to customize your tribemates posts before sharing them. 1) Click the “Edit” icon at the end of the title The edit icon opens up a new overlay window with the current title in the edit box: 2) Edit the title – This is the body of the tweet you’ll be sharing After you have changed the text field, click “Save”. 3) Note the changes in the title Your changes are now in the title area of the post: 4) Approve the post Hover your mouse over the “approval square” on the right side of the post
Profile pictures on Triberr are pulled from the Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts they’ve been connected to. By default, Triberr uses the Twitter profile picture as the primary profile picture on Triberr. If no Twitter account is connected, then Facebook’s profile picture is used. Finally, LinkedIn’s profile picture will be used as the profile picture if no Facebook account is connected. To update your profile picture on Triberr, simply update your Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn profile picture, then login to Triberr. Upon login, Triberr will check if your profile data is up to date (checks every 6 hours).
Click “Settings” from the account drop down in the blue bar at the top of the site. Edit the “Full Name” field under the “Profile” tab which is open by default. Click “Save Settings” to save your changes.
By default, your Triberr profile header will look something like this. It behooves you to change it to something cool, like this. Or this. And here’s how to do it. Create an image that’s 770px x 310px in size. Go to your profile page, like so. And click on the Upload button located in the upper right corner of the header image. Upload the image you created (770x310px) by clicking on Add Files, and click to Refresh your profile page. And just like that, you’re one of the cool kids 🙂