This week I stumbled across a couple of value add ons for your Daily that I wanted to share :

  • adding a textile modifier to your Daily title
  • adding a hyperlink to your Editor’s note

Textile Modifiers for Your Title Line

You are most likely familiar with the standard modifiers; italic, bold and bold and italic. How about trying a sub or superscript modifier like the one below?

superscript : make it ^_high_^ = make it high

subscript : make it ~*_low_*~ = make it low

_italics_ = italics

* bold* = bold _

* bold italics*_ = bold italics

Hyperlink in the Editors Note

The Editor’s note is a good tool for providing additional information about your Daily to your viewers. Most of our users don’t know that a hyperlink can be added.

Insert the html code seen below into your note, replacing the example URL and description/ name with your own.

The final result will be a hyperlink as seen below.

Good weekend, and good publishing!

Kelly Hungerford
Community Builder| Customer Experience & Care Strategist
Kelly's a Digital Operations Specialist and Social Brand Strategist. She helps Startups and SMBs build lean marketing operations leveraging Social Media to support business goals and connect with the people who matter most.

As former Head of Community and Communications for, she was responsible for building community-centric operations to support's rapidly growing user-base and founding #BizHeroes,'s Brand Twitter Chat that takes place Tuesdays at 2pm ET.

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6 Responses to “Tips from the Team – Modifiers and Hyperlinks”

  1. Jitcloud

    What publishers need are better filters to keep unwanted adult content from papers built out of simple hashtag streams ie “Like” daily.

  2. Karen

    Hi Kelly,

    There is no editor’s note option for a twitter hashtag paper (#REIT) I have set up. How does one go about getting this? Thanks!

  3. Kelly at

    Jitcloud – we are working to improve the filters for adult content on #tag papers.

    We encourage users to notify us if they find inappropriate content on a paper. Additionally, violations can be reported to Twitter.

    Karen – #tags are a convention used by Twitter users to reference or add context to content, and are not owned by any one user.

    We allow the creation of #tag papers by any user, however the user who created the paper will not own it. After it is published, it will remain on the newsstand for everyone to enjoy. users can create a custom paper with a #tag focus. That paper will belong to them, and can be edited /modified.

  4. Karen

    Kelly, So, in order to have the Editor’s Note on my daily that is currently built on a twitter hashtag, I need to create a new daily built on a twitter list?

  5. Kelly at


    you can if you would like, or you can create a Custom Paper with a #tag focus.

    You will be the owner of the paper and yes, you will be able to activate the Editor’s note as well as take advantage of the other features ( customize the title, promote the paper..)


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