If you’ve been using Scredible for a while now, you’ll notice we’ve updated the Quickshare feature. You can now edit the message box, which we know, from the feedback you’ve given us, is something you’ve been really wanting to do.
Now when you click on the Quickshare icon (either on the Read page, or while reading the article itself), the box gives you more options to edit the message that accompanies the link you share with your social networks.
Updated Quickshare with added editing feature
You can edit the pre-written line for your tweet, and you now have the ability to write a longer comment for Facebook and LinkedIn. This was previously only available in the Write page of your Scredible account.
We hope you have fun playing around with this updated feature. Please do come back to us with your thoughts on this, and any other Scredible features.
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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The clk.ie is Scredible’s own shortening tool. Each day we look at interesting and popular pieces people are sharing with their social networks. Click on the clk.ie links to read the full article.
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