Search for Social Content to add to your Apps.
Curate Search allows you to easily search recent social media posts for specific content, then add it directly to your stream. Use this feature to backfill breaking stories, select stellar posts, or drive the discussion on your Apps.
To add content to your stream
- From the Curate Search panel, use the search field’s pulldown menu to select your source (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or URL Embed).
- Search options will update to reflect the search parameters available for your selection. Enter your search, and click return.
- Once you’ve found elements you wish to include, click the +Add button to add them to your stream.
Content will be added to the top of the stream in real time, and may be removed by clicking the trash icon in the top right corner of the content in the Collection preview pane.
- Search to search by keyword or hashtag. With Search, you may also filter by Links, Retweets, Language, or Location.
- Images to search tweets including images by keyword or hashtag. With Images, you may also filter by Location.
- User to search by username.
- List to search by a Twitter @username/list.
- Liked to search for Tweets the entered username has marked as Liked.
Each returned Tweet displays its number of Retweets and Likes. Click the ellipses beneath the Tweet for more information about the content’s author, including the date the account was created, and the number of Tweets, Followers, and Following for the author.
Click Add+ to add the selected Tweet to your stream.
- Hashtag to search by hashtag.
- Location to search by location.
- User to search by username
Each returned post displays its number of Likes. Click the ellipses beneath the item for more information about the content’s author, including the number of Posts, Followers, and Following, bio, and URL for the author’s account.
Facebook Curate allows you to search within all publicly available Facebook Topics. Simply enter a word or hashtag, and Curate Search will return all matching content. (A Facebook Topic may be a public figure, a place, an event, a movie, or anything that you can find in an encyclopedia.)
Each item returned includes the author’s avatar, username, and the age of the post.
URL Embed allows you to add content available from any URL on the web. Simply enter the URL you wish to embed on your page.
The returned information will show a card summary of the page, including the full URL, the page’s title, image, byline, and a snippet from the first paragraph.