Content Feeds

How to create, continuously monitor, and remove feeds of content by social network.

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Written by Christine Chalk
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Creating a Content Feed

To get started, click 'Create a Content Feed'. Select the social network you want to create a feed for followed by choosing your feed type. Then proceed to fill out the two required fields to finish setting up a content feed. You will see a green banner in the top right of your screen if the feed has been successfully set up.

Here's what's available by social network:

X, formerly Twitter

  • #hashtag: create a content feed based off a hashtag for manual content curation. Additional filtering options include by location, post type (photo, video, or text), and required, blocked, and/or conditional keywords.

  • @user: in addition to the above filters, this content feed based off a username can be set to automatically feature ALL Tweets, Retweets, and/or Replies from the point you allow auto-feature moving forward.


Auto-featuring User feeds should be done with accounts you trust.

ALL content from that username will make it to screen automatically

when utilizing the auto-feature function. Un-toggle auto-feature and

manually feature content ["Featuring Content" process below] to pick

and choose what to display.


  • #hashtag: additional filtering options include by post type (photo, video, or text) and required or blocked keywords

  • Business Profile: in addition to the above filters, this content feed can be set to automatically feature or approve all posts from a Instagram Business profile

In order to use Instagram Feeds you must first make sure

your Tagboard account team owner has connected a Business

Instagram account and a Facebook Page to their Tagboard account.


Instagram provides Tagboard with a unique URL for each featured post to redisplay content. Instagram expires those URLs at random intervals, for privacy purposes. Refreshing the tagboard, or in some cases re-featuring the post, provides a new URL that displays the image again. We recommend regularly opening your tagboards to keep these images online!

FAQ: Why can't I create an Instagram feed?

  1. Check your 'Account Connections' page. If you see 'enable sign in with Facebook', then you will need your Tagboard team owner to set up Instagram and Facebook connections for all team members to utilize.

  2. Instagram's API sets limitations on the total number of hashtags any user can monitor in a rolling 7-day window. Currently, that limit is 25. This limit is cumulative to any tool that uses Instagram's API, not just Tagboard.

  3. You can only create a #hashtag feed for Instagram if someone has used that #hashtag before. If it is a brand new #hashtag for an event that hasn't happened yet, try posting with the hashtag first from a public Instagram account.


  • Business Page: this content feed can be setup for Facebook Business Pages that are authenticated on your Tagboard account. Facebook content feeds are the only way to curate Facebook Posts and comments in real time. Still need to authenticate your Facebook Page on Tagboard? We've got instructions here.


  • @user: create a content feed based off of username, then choose to allow content to auto-feature [all user's content will automatically feature in this tagboard moving forward] or toggle it off. In addition, 'Advanced settings' will bring up additional filtering options. These include filtering by location, post type (photo, video, or text), and required, blocked, and/or conditional keywords.

Once you have created your content feeds, click the 'Feeds' tab in the upper left of your moderation dashboard to manage your real-time content.

You can select individual feeds from the dropdown menu, or click 'Latest Posts' for an aggregated view of all content feeds.


if you are concurrently searching a large number of content feeds

and using the latest posts view, this could reduce performance.

You can create a new feed at any time by selecting the 'Add New Feed' icon in the upper right corner, or manage and edit your feeds by clicking on the three dots to the right.

Have questions about what content is coming into your content feeds?

Featuring Content from Your Feeds

Tagboard gives you the tools to moderate your content, to ensure only safe, approved content ends up on your programming. To feature or approve a post, click on the checkmark Feature Post button in the upper left of each post.

You can click on the "Featured" tab on the upper left of your moderation dashboard, to view all of your approved content. These are the social posts that will potentially end up on your visual story.

Featuring Content to Another Dashboard

You can use separate dashboards to organize different types of content or to move content through a multi-layer approval process, if several people in your organization need to sign off on each individual post. In this scenario, you may often want to feature a post to another dashboard. Click on the arrow in the upper right corner of a post to feature content to another tagboard.

This will open a modal with a full list of your tagboard dashboards. Click the 'feature' button on the right to feature that post to as many tagboards as needed.

Reordering Your Story

To reorder your featured content, click on the 'Toggle Manual Sorting' button on the far right side of your moderation dashboard. This will enable manual sorting mode, so you can drag and drop your content into any desired order.

Got your featured content and ready to go live? 🎬

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