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Create and Add Posts from Any Live Stream - RAW FEED

A Raw Feed is a live stream that is not connected to any whitelabel template or embedded on any page. It is a stream that only exists in the back-end of ScribbleLive and can be a useful tool for editors that want to prepare content in advance and pull in that content during live coverage of an event. Read more about Raw Feeds here.

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Dashboard > Any Live Stream > Write
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Administrator  |  Developer  |  Editor  |  Moderator  |  Writer

 


Create a Raw Feed

Permission Level
Administrator  |  Developer  |  Editor

Creating a Raw Feed is as easy as setting up any other stream. There are three steps to be aware of when creating a Raw Feed:

  • Ensure that the stream's Title communicates that it is a Raw Feed.
  • Ensure that the stream's Close time is set for after an event.
  • Do not publish the stream.

1. To create a new stream, click on the Quick Start Create New Stream button on your Dashboard, or click on Create > New Stream on the left navigation bar.

2. Fill out your stream's details. Note: Only the Title field is required to create a stream. We recommend using the words "Raw Feed" in the title when creating a Raw Feed.  Click here to learn more about all possible stream details.

3. In the Schedule Time module, set the Open Stream time to Now. Schedule the Close Stream time to a date or time later than the close time of your live published stream. Note: A Raw Feed must be Open/Live for its content to be accessed

4. Skip step 2: Template, as this stream will not be connected to any templates (i.e., your stream will not be published on any pages. It will exist in the back-end only.)

5. Invite Writers to your stream, if you would like your writers to have access to adding content to your raw feed.

6. Click on the Write icon to start adding content to your raw feed. Your raw feed is now set up. 

 


Add Posts from a Raw Feed in the Content Studio

Permission Level 
Administrator  |  Developer  |  Editor  |  Moderator  |  Writer

When you are in a stream, you are able to pull in content from any other open/live stream in your account. This makes it easy to reuse content or prepare content in advance.

To pull in content from a Raw Feed/live stream:

1. Go to Search Content column at the far right of the page and click the Live Streams tab.

2. Search for your desired stream in the Select a Stream section

3. The content will populate from your chosen stream.

4. Simply click the Checkmark icon to publish or the Plus icon to add the content to your Moderation Hub. 


 

  


Add Posts From any Live Stream in Your Account to Your Stream
(Original Writer's Interface)

Permission Level
Administrator  |  Developer  |  Editor  |  Moderator  |  Writer

When you are in a stream, you are able to pull in content from any other open/live stream in your account. This makes it easy to reuse content or prepare content in advance.

To pull in content from a Raw Feed/live stream:

1. Go to the your stream's Write page.

2. In the social sidebar, located in the right-rail of your page, select the ScribbleLive tab.

3. Select Live Streams from the expandable menu above the search bar. Click on the drop-down menu to select a live stream from your ScribbleLive account to pull posts from.

4. Hover over the post you wish to pull into your live stream. Click on the check-mark in the top-right corner to approve the post into your liveblog.

 


Search for Specific Posts From Live or Closed Streams
(Original Writer's Interface)

ScribbleLive Engage helps you to locate and publish posts from both open or closed streams. By using a keyword and filters, you can find a specific post to pull in to your stream.

To search for posts using the keyword and filter options:

  1. Go to your stream's Write page.
  2. In the social sidebar, located in the right- rail of your page, select the ScribbleLive tab.
  3. Type a search query into the search box, and click on the search icon.
    You can also click on the drop-down arrow to filter your search results:


  • Filter Search: Use the drop-down box to filter your search results to only populate posts, photos, videos, polls, tweets, Facebook posts or include all media.
  • Date uploaded: Search results can be populated by the date the original post was made.
  • Created by: if multiple users use your client account, you can filter your search results to only populate posts made by a specific user.

After entering your filter criteria, click on Filter Results.

 


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