While curated RSS feeds can be a great source for content, sometimes you find something out on the web that you want to share to your social networks. Clearview Social has created some bookmarklets to help you work with the content you find on the web.
Setting up the Bookmarks Toolbar
Before you can save the bookmarklet, you should have a bookmarks toolbar visible in your browser. Each browser has different setup instructions—here are the most common:
Installing the Bookmarklets
When you log into Clearview Social, click on the Bookmark item in the navigation menu. Note that the Bookmark item only appears in the menu for desktop browsers. On this page, you can choose the Add to Queue (visible only for administrators) or Share bookmarklets to save to your bookmarks toolbar. To save a bookmarklet, drag the button from the page to your bookmarks toolbar.
Using the Share Bookmarklet
Once you have added the Share bookmarklet to your bookmarks toolbar, you can use it to share webpages that you find on the web. If you are on an article and want to schedule a Share for that article, simply click on the Share bookmarklet. Clearview Social will load, and you will be prompted with our Share Scheduler modal window to edit details about the Share.
Using the Add to Queue Bookmarklet
The Add to Queue bookmarklet is a great way to add content to your Queue that is not already a part of your Content Library. Once you have added the Add to Queue bookmarklet to your bookmarks toolbar, you can use it to add content that you find on the web to your most recently created draft queue.
- Create a Queue
- When visiting an article that you would like to queue, click the Add to Queue bookmarklet
- Clearview Social will load your team's Build Queues page
- Click on the title of the Queue you created, and you will see your newly-added article!
Any Further Questions?
If there is anything else we can assist you with, you can contact Clearview Social Support either by emailing email@example.com or through the Intercom chat button in the bottom right of the site.