Tribal Stream

How to view author stats

We recently changed the way you see author stats such as how many posts a tribemate has written, and how many times they’ve shared your post. First, hover over the author’s profile pic on the left of the tribal stream post: You should see a message that says, “loading” After a second or two, the author stats will appear over the post Move your mouse off of the stats pane to have the post reappear.  

If I am in multiple tribes with someone, which tribe will their post show up under?

It’s not uncommon to be in multiple tribes with the same people. When that happens, how does Triberr decide which tribe to show the post under in the Tribal Stream?   To keep duplicate posts from appearing in your Tribal Stream, Triberr only shows 1 of each post, even if the Tribemate is in multiple tribes with you. If you want to see the same post come through a different tribe, perhaps because you have a different social network connected to the other tribe, you can select the “Sorting” drop down from the top. Choose the tribe you would like to see posts from. Read more

What are approved posts or the Queue?

The flow of a post through Triberr is as follows: Join a tribe When a member of your tribe posts on their blog, Triberr will import the post and will show it to you in your Tribal Stream Click “Add to Queue” on the posts you want to share across your social networks The “Approved” posts has been renamed as “Queue”, however the previous tab named “Approved” still exists. In future, it will be completed removed and the Queue will be the default method to view what’s being shared from your account to the social networks. Once a post has Read more

Why don’t I see posts from all my tribe mates when I sort my Tribal Stream

When we first created Triberr, you were only allowed to join 1 tribe. Can you believe that? If you were a part of a tribe, you could create a new tribe, and invite others who weren’t yet on Triberr, but you couldn’t invite existing Triberr members who belonged to another tribe. A few months into it, members started to request the ability to join multiple tribes. We built the functionality, but it created a problem… What if there was overlap in my tribes? Meaning I’m in 2 or more tribes with the same people? Would their posts show up in my Tribal Read more

How do I select which social networks a post will be shared with?

When you approve a post to be shared on Triberr, it schedules that post to be sent to any social networks you have assigned to the tribe that post originated in. To change which social networks are assigned to your tribes, go to Account Settings -> Social Networks   Click on the blue button that says, “Assign Tribes”   Deselect any social network that you don’t want a post sent to when you approve a post from that tribe. You can also do this on a post by post basis. After you approve a post, there will be a blue Read more

What do I do if the hover approve button or infinite scroll doesn’t work?

If you prefer to approve posts in your Tribal Stream with a “click” instead of hovering to approve, you can now enable this in the Tribal Stream settings. 1. Click the “Settings” button on the Tribal Stream page 2. Select the option to approve with click   3. Save your settings Here is an example of the “click to approve” buttons: Here is an example of the “hover to approve” buttons:   Note: With the “hover to approve” interface, you can load more posts by scrolling to the bottom of the page. With the “click to approve” interface you can Read more

How do I share posts on Triberr?

Hover your cursor over the square Approve button and the button will know that your intention is to approve that post for sharing. This is aligned with Triberr’s philosophy of making blogger’s lives easier. We want bloggers to get more our of doing less. Everything we do reflects the the implied deal we make with you when you join the Triberr community. You focus on writing amazing content, we will focus on getting you eyeballs and making things that you already do much, much easier. 🙂 Alternatively, you can switch to the “old” method of Approving posts and loading the stream by going Read more

How do I edit a post?

Usually when you edit text on a website, you click an “edit” button, a form pops up, you make changes, then you click “save” and the page reloads. On Triberr, we use in-line editing. This means you just click on the text itself (or an edit button), the text highlights in yellow indicating it’s editable, you make your changes and click off it. The changes are saved. 1. Click the edit icon at the end of a link 2. Make changes and click save