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Pull-in Tweets From a Real-Time Twitter Search

Search and pull-in content from Twitter using ScribbleLive's integrated Twitter search located in the social sidebar. Use the filter options to pull-in specific types of Tweets, such as Tweets with images, or Tweets from verified users, and refresh your populated search results by clicking on the search icon frequently. 

Navigation
Dashboard > Any Live Stream > Write
Permission Level
Administrator  |  Developer  |  Editor  |  Moderator

 


Search for Tweets in the Content Studio

When searching for Tweets to pull into your stream or article, you can search by either keyword or people/organizations.

 

TO SEARCH FOR TWEETS BY KEYWORD:

1. Click the Twitter tab located in the Search Content column.
2. Simply click Keyword.
3. In the search bar, type a search query and click Enter on your keyboard to populate relevant results. 

Note: The first time you search, you will be prompted to sign in to Twitter to link your account.


4. Optional: Click Verified or Images Only to filter your search results. This will allow you to either pull in content that 

  • is only from verified accounts
  • includes retweets
  • only contains images

5. Click Enter on your keyboard again to refresh your search results. Note: Only Tweets from public users will populate in your search results.

6. In your populated Search results, click the checkmark below the tweet to publish the Tweet to your Live Stream. Click the + to send the Tweet to the Moderated Hub.

 

 

TO SEARCH FOR TWEETS FROM A SPECIFIC PUBLIC USER:

1. Click the Twitter tab located in the Search Content column.
2. Simply click People.
3. In the search bar, type in a Twitter handle and click Enter on your keyboard to populate Tweets from your specified user.
4. You can also choose wether or not to include Retweets in your search results.

Note: You may be prompted to sign into Twitter.

4. Click Enter on your keyboard again to refresh your search results.
Note: Only Tweets from public users will populate in your search results.

5. In your populated Search results, click the checkmark to pull the selected Tweet into your stream.

 

 


Search for Tweets in the Original Writer's Interface

TO SEARCH FOR TWEETS CONTAINING A SPECIFIC KEYWORD:

  1. Go to your stream's Write page and click the Twitter tab on the social sidebar, located in the right-rail of your screen.
  2. Click on the downward arrow, above the search bar and select Keyword.
  3. In the search bar, type a search query and click on the Search icon to populate relevant results in the right-rail. Note: You may be prompted to sign into Twitter.


  4. Optional: Click the downward arrow below the search bar and select any of the available options to filter your search results.

    Pull-in Content:

    • From Only Verified Accounts
    • That is Inclusive of Retweets
    • Tweets that Only contain with Images

  5. Click Search again to refresh your search results. Note: Only Tweets from public users will populate in your search results.
  6. In your populated Search results, click the checkmark to pull the selected Tweet into your stream.
    Tip: Click on the Advanced tab to drag Tweets on top of each other in the content editor to create a Twitter slidehsow.

 

TO SEARCH FOR TWEETS FROM A SPECIFIC PUBLIC USER: 

  1. Go to your stream's Write page and click the Twitter tab on the social sidebar, located in the right-rail of your screen.
  2. Click on the downward arrow, above the search bar and select People.
  3. In the search bar, type in a Twitter handle and click on the Search icon to populate Tweets from your specified user in the right-rail. Note: You may be prompted to sign into Twitter.


  4. Click Search again to refresh your search results. Note: A user's Tweets will only appear in your populated search results, if the Twitter handle is set to public.
  5. In your populated Search results, click the checkmark to pull the selected Tweet into your stream.

 

 

 

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