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We’re starting off the week with a couple of new bells and whistles. Here’s what’s new for you!

Pro feature: “Private” papers

If you have a paper that you don’t want anyone to see, you can now completely exclude it from being discovered on the newsstand or via search engines by taking it “Private” and making it stealth!

This is a great feature if you:

  • are in the process of branding and fine-tuning your Pro paper, but it isn’t finished quite yet
  • use Paper.li for monitoring market trends and the competition, and would like to keep it under the radar
  • create content for a team and only want them to have access to it
  • have an event Paper.li and only want it visible before, during and after an event
To get started go to your Settings tab -> Publishing Options
 
Twitter favorites as a source

This is a handy new source that allows you to add content gems that you come across during the day to your next edition without needing to modify your sources.

To get started go to your Content tab -> Accounts -> and click on your Twitter account. You’ll see a favorites option appear.

Have a question? Leave a comment or Tweet us @smallrivers.

Happy publishing!

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2 Responses to “Private Paper.lis and Twitter favorites as a source”

  1. Eric Kirkendall

    I would love to populate my papers from tweets, but my experience has been that paper.li does not pick up all of my tweets, even when they are just a few hours old. Why does paper.li pick up some tweets but not others? Please advise! Thank you, Eric

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  2. Kelly Hungerford

    Sorry Eric, your comment slipped past me. That sounds like something we should look into. Drop us a line at support@paper.li with your paper url and the above explanation and we’ll take a look. If you can point out specific tweets that are not being picked up that you feel should be, that will help us out.

    Thank you,
    Kelly

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