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If you are using the Triberr plugin, your posts on Triberr should include the photos you used on your blog. If you are not using the plugin your posts may contain just text. To draw the attention of your tribemates to your post, you can easily add a photo by editing your post in Triberr.
Affinity means this person has recently shared a post of yours. Tribes is based on the principle of reciprocity. When you join a tribe, your tribemates support you by reading, commenting and sharing your content. In turn, you do the same. Now you don’t have to share every post your tribemates write, but it’s only right that every member of the tribe makes a concerted effort to participate. When a tribemate shares your post, Triberr labels their post as an “affinity” post, and moves it to the top of your stream.
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
A sticky post is paid feature that allows authors to stick their post at the top of their tribemates Tribal Stream. Normally a Tribal Stream is sorted by time, with the newest posts on top. If your tribemates logs in hours or days after your post was published, it’s likely that your tribemates may not see it, because it’s buried beneath newer posts. By making your post sticky, your post will stay at the top of your Tribemates streams until they share or hide it, or until the posts 5 day lifespan is up. Sticky posts are a one time, Read more
Images can bring an element of visual interest and excitement to your Tribal Stream, but sometimes you need to keep things simple, and hide the visual distractions. Before: After: Directions: To control whether images show in the Tribal Stream, click the “Settings” button at the top of your stream, and adjust the bottom option.
“Active” shows which of your tribemates are currently online, and what posts they are reading. Click on a tribemates face, and you’ll be taken to the post they are reading. You can use the Live Conversations section to have a conversation with them about the post.
By default Live Conversations will show you a real-time feed of all the comments left on any posts on Triberr. If you are reading a blog post on Triberr, the Live Conversations pane changes to a post-specific conversation where you can have a real-time conversation with others who are reading the post. Live Conversations are also saved as comments on a post, and will show up on the author’s blog if they are using the Triberr comment system.
There could be several reasons why your posts aren’t showing up for your tribemates. Walk through the following checklist to troubleshoot. Is my post being imported into Triberr? Import help. Using the Triberr WP plugin. Is the blog my post came from assigned to my tribes? Help assign my blog to my tribes. Is there an error in the post status? Help with scheduling errors. Is my post paused? Help unpausing a post.
There are two ways to load more posts into your Tribal Stream Scroll down the page – as you near the bottom of the page, Triberr will automatically load more posts Click the blue “New Posts” box that appears to the left of the Tribal Stream The “New Posts” box will show you when you have a new post added to your Tribal Stream. By clicking the box, Triberr will insert the latest posts into the top of your Tribal Stream.