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If you would like to turn over your tribe to someone else you just need to promote them to Chief. 1) Click on “Tribes” at the top of the site nav bar 2) Click on the tribe name you want to edit 3) Click on the members tab 4) Next to the member you want to promote, click the “action” drop down, and select “Make Chief”
To change a tribe name… Go to the “Tribes” page Click on the “Settings” button Change the tribe name and Save
There are two ways to join a tribe Follow a tribe, then get promoted to a member Get an invite to a tribe If you have an invite, you can simply accept the invite and you are in. Below is a step by step guide. Login to Triberr, and click the “Tribes” link at the top of the page Look at the right hand column of the tribes page Click on the tribe name to visit the tribe, then look for the green “Join” button You’re in! Leave a little welcome message to introduce yourself to the tribe
Atomic tribes (sometimes known as Automatic Tribes) are a special kind of tribe owned by Triberr premium members (aka Primes) where only the Chief’s content is shared. ATs make sharing completely frictionless, but they are not for everyone. They are really only for superfans and employees. So, what is the right way to invite someone into your Atomic Tribe? The Right Way A subtle Call to Action on the bottom of the post, in the form of a text, the way Adam C. did it in this post. (see image below) A very bold and obvious call to action the Read more
By default, tribes are open to anyone who would like to follow it. Some tribes may not want to let anyone jump in the tribe as a follower. For those tribes the Chief can choose to “protect” the tribe. This means that the only way for someone to come into the tribe is through an invite from the Chief. To protect a tribe, go to the tribe page and click the “settings” button to the right of the “conversations” tab. Inside the “settings” overlay, check the “Protect my Tribe” checkbox.
In the Tribe Member area, click the Leave button. Here’s a step by step: In the blue top navigational bar, click on Tribes From the list of tribes, click on the tribe you want to unfollow Click on Members tab to show all members Click Leave
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
The most important thing to note about deleting a tribe is that you must first remove all tribe members and followers. You may also choose to promote a new Chief. To delete a tribe, click on the “Tribes” navigation button at the top. Then click on the tribe you would like to delete. Click the “Members” tab, and next to your name click the “Close Tribe” button Obviously you must be the Chief of a tribe to close it.
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.