Below are steps to follow to connect a Facebook Account. How to Connect a Facebook Account 1) Login to Triberr and navigate to Settings > My Social Networks 2) Click Add Facebook Account 3) Follow the process and ensure you do not edit the permissions as Triberr needs permission to publish to Facebook. NOTE: If you are having cache issues and seeing the reauthentication notifications after connecting an account, please try to disconnect and reconnect the app once more as that typically resolves such issues (i.e., do the above steps twice). In a few cases, completely revoking the app and re-authenticating may Read more
In the upper right, click on your Account, then click on Profile. Locate one of your posts and click Stats link. This will show the number of first level shares (doesn’t show re-shares), as well as traffic.
Not only can you follow tribes and keywords, but you can also follow individuals. When you follow another member on Triberr their posts will show up in your stream for approval, and you also have the option of setting them to auto-share. To get started, go to the members profile page that you would like to follow. Next to their profile photo, click the gray “Follow” button The follow button will turn green, and you’ll have the option of auto-sharing their posts. Auto-sharing means that as soon as one of their posts is imported it will automatically be Read more
Triberr pulls your profile photo from whatever social network you’ve attached to your account. Your profile photo shows up on your profile page, as well as the top right corner of blue bar when logged in. If you have attached multiple Twitter accounts you can choose which account to use as your preferred profile picture. Go to Account Settings -> My Social Networks and select the blue “Set Preferred” button next to the Twitter handle of your choice. If you multiple platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, connected to Triberr we will always default to your Twitter image 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.