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
You can see how long ago since Triberr checked your blog for new content by going to your profile page. Next to each blog feed is a timestamp when your RSS feed was last checked.
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
Your feeds are located under Settings/My Blogs You can assign up to 2 feeds if you have a free accounts. You can have up to 4 feeds with Prime Lite account. You can have up to 7 feeds with Prime membership. To add a new RSS feed to Triberr, follow these steps: Go to your Blog Details page following the above steps (Account -> Settings -> My Blogs) Click on the Add Blogs button Enter your feed detail on the overlay window that pops up Read details on how to Find your RSS Feed URL Once assigned, feeds 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.