Welcome to Community Sharer Help. From here, you can find a list of links to common questions, FAQs, and other information you may want to know about Community Sharer.
What is Community Sharer? – Community Sharer is a platform where you can build and manage online communities and highlight the best new content every community member creates. For example, a conference organizer can invite attendees to the platform to create a curated Twitter account feed with content from the conference community.
How does a Community work? – A community organizer can create a community in a few clicks. They can then invite community members to add their sites (it works best with blogs, podcasts, and other sites with a content feed) to the community feed. You can also add sites yourself. You can view the latest content on the community’s hub page or automatically share all new posts.
How do I add Community members? – You can add new members with an invite via email or you can share a private signup link with your community. You can also operate a community on your own to showcase content from curated sources you choose.
Can I limit what items are shared? – Yes! You can turn on automatic sharing for each content source. The default option is to manually approve each new item before posting. Nothing posts without your approval. You can also set a maximum number of posts per day.
What social networks do you support? – Community Sharer launched with support for Twitter. Facebook is nearing completion and Pinterest is under development.
What are the best uses for Community Sharer? – The best uses for Community Sharer revolve around sharing great content from favorite sources. A community manager can highlight thought leaders and community members. A blogger group can subscribe to a list of every member’s new articles. Freelancers can share every new article from clients in their social accounts automatically. The possibilities are endless!
How can I contact a human for help? – Go to the contact page and fill out the form. It will send an email right to the founder’s inbox.