Posts by Natalie Lancaster

Scredible's Chief Word Wrangler Natalie wrestles with words, concepts and flow for Scredible. A digital copywriter and journalist, with a head for all things content related, she has launched an ecommerce business and created a literary e-zine.

Feature Spotlight: Write

Writing is simple with Scredible, whether you’ve been inspired by an article you’re reading, or have a burning issue you want to write from scratch. You can start writing while still looking at the article that’s got you enthused, or you can open up the full Write facility from the navigation bar.

Writing when reading an article

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When you are reading an article in Scredible it’s easy to add a short comment so you can post it to Twitter, or write a longer piece for LinkedIn, Facebook, or to send to your Scredible Stream.

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Feature Spotlight: Adding Keywords

The Keyword feature is a neat way for Scredible to the learn more about your likes, specific interests and the ideas and developments you need to know about.

You might be aware of keywords through selling online, or documenting at work. You’ll definitely know it through searching on websites. When you type a word or words into the search box, that’s a keyword.

To use the Keywords in Scredible, click your ‘Bots’ on the navigation bar, decide which Bot you want to add a keyword to, and you’ll see a box like the one below. As you can see, this was already set up to find articles specifically related to internet wearables and the Apple watch.

 

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