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.
If you approve a post from one tribe, Triberr will mark the post as approved in all tribes that tribemate is in. However, it will only be sent through the social networks you have assigned to the tribe you approved from. Let’s look at an example.
A Quick Example
Dan is in three tribes with Joe: tribe A, tribe B, and tribe C.
When Joe publishes a post, it appears in Dan’s Tribal Stream under tribe A only.
If Dan approves Joe’s post, it will show as approved in all 3 tribes, but will only be sent to the social networks Dan has assigned to Tribe A.
If Dan wants to send the post to the social networks assigned to Tribe B, Dan can select “Tribe B” from the “Sorting” drop down up top.
How can I see which social networks are connected to a tribe?
Just hover over the tribe name inside the Tribal Steam, and you can see the connected networks:
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