Note: This help document will provide best practices when adding your blog to triberr, as well as a troubleshooting guide when posts are not importing into triberr. Following some of these steps will ensure that triberr will properly crawl your rss feed and import your latest blogs. Section 1: What is an RSS Feed? 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. 1.1 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.
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 🙂
If someone is consistently posting low quality content, but you still want to maintain your membership in the tribe you share, you can hide future posts by hovering over their image on the left.. The Author Box will be displayed over the post area and will reveal the Mute option. Click it, then confirm that is what you want to do.