There are several different kinds of sources from which you can automatically import content to your Proposed posts section. Most of the services provide ready-made RSS feeds, which you can insert into your RSS Feed Connect (Settings - Content - RSS Feed Connect). However, there are some additional services, which do not provide the automatic RSS-feed generating option. Below are a few workarounds to some of these services.
LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
To make your content curation as efficient as possible, you can insert the details of your company public social media profiles on Smarp. Smarp will periodically import new content utilizing the information you provide. To do so, simply go to the Content tab under Settings, and attach your social media information in the "Social Network Content Import" section.
Please be aware that Smarp will import only the links embedded in your social media posts, rather than the posts themselves.
- Go to your company’s YouTube-channel (e.g. www.youtube.com/user/Smarpchannel)
- Enter the source code of that page by
- press "Ctrl+U", or right click the page with your mouse and select “View source”
- It should now look like this:
Now you have a ready-made RSS feed link which you can insert in your Smarp’s RSS Feed Connector.
To find the RSS feed of your Flickr page:
- Go to the page’s photostream
- E.g. https://www.flickr.com/photos/flickr/
From Vimeo, you should find the RSS feed pretty easily. Just go to your company’s Vimeo page and click the “Videos”. After that there will be an RSS link on the right-hand side, which will look like this:
When you click the link, it will open a new browser tab. You can then copy and paste the page's URL to Smarp’s RSS Feed Connector.
Would you like to push the pictures from your company’s Instagram account to Smarp? Instagram does not provide native RSS export, but there are several third parties which will do this for free. One way to do this is to insert your company’s Instagram account's Username to this URL
For Smarp (in Instagram we are @BeSmarp) the URL would look like this:
You can then copy and paste this URL to Smarp’s RSS Feed Connector.