Feature Spotlight: Relevancy

Scredible’s relevancy filter is aimed at helping you zero in on what matters most, while giving you the option to find new and surprising sources of industry insights, features and opinions from around the world.

On your desktop Scredible you’ll find the filter at the top right:

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Relevancy filter on desktop version of Scredible.

 

On the app, you’ll find it at the bottom of the screeen:

 

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Relevancy filter box on mobile app.

 

To use the filter, go into ‘Read’ and click/tap on the filter icon and slide the bar along the line. When you first build a bot, the relevancy filter is usually set to the midway point. If you slide it down to the lowest number of articles these will narrow down the results to the secondary category level you chose when building your Bot.

However, if you put the filter up to all the possible articles, your Bot will deliver a multitude of opinions, insights and features from the top level category you chose while building your Bot.

Exploring this feature gives you the opportunity to fine tune the results to your own preferences.

 

 

Video Tips: How to build a Bot

Learn how to create a Scredible Bot to personalize the articles you want it to find for you.

 

Feature Spotlight: Notebook

There is a little known tool in Scredible that’s really helpful. Look down the menu bar and you’ll see Notebook. If you click on it you’ll probably not see anything. This is because you haven’t had chance to use the feature yet, or haven’t really known what it was for.

The Notebook stores snippets of articles you’ve found interesting, noteworthy even, and copied to go into your Notebook. Continue reading →

Feature Spotlight: Streams

Your Scredible Stream is a highly flexible way of curating social media posts, articles of interest, and your own writing, in one space. The flexibility comes from being able to choose exactly what appears in your Stream. This gives visitors to your stream a controlled perspective into your professional and personal interests.

Firstly, you can build a Stream by clicking on the Stream icon on the menu bar. This opens the Streams page. If you have an account that allows more than one stream, you can manage all of them from here.

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Manage your Stream(s) through the Streams page

Using the Stream builder, you can use ready-made images or your own images, for the background and your avatar. You can also decide whether you want to have all your social media post on your Stream, as well as your own writing and articles you want to curate on your Stream.

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Feature Spotlight: Engage

There’s something quite pleasing about being able to see the impact of our online social media activity. Even more so when it’s presented in a very easy to view set of graphs. Which is why we developed the Engage feature for Scredible users.

This is the page where you can get a clear overview of how your postings are doing in terms of the number of the likes, shares, comments, and clicks they’re getting from your social network.

As you can see from the image below, you can choose whether to view your engagement on social media in several different ways: today, yesterday, this week, last week, this month, last month, or last 12 months.

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Overview of social media engagement in one month

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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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Get Started with a New Post

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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