Tagboard Curate

A Chrome Extension that enables a one-click workflow to bring content into Tagboard directly from social networks.

Christine Chalk avatar
Written by Christine Chalk
Updated over a week ago

Already an expert at scouring the social networks? Don't reinvent your workflow. Use our Tagboard Chrome Extension, a one-click workflow to send content directly from the networks, onto your dashboard.

Adding the Extension

  1. Head to the Chrome Web Store to add the extension here.

  2. Once you have the extension added, you'll want to pin the extension so it's easy to access anytime. Click on the puzzle piece in the upper right corner of your chrome browser to open the dropdown list of your extensions. Click to pin the Tagboard Curate extension.

Using the Extension

If it's your first time using the extension, you may be prompted to log in. Click on the extension in the upper right corner of your browser, and select log in. You will be redirected to Tagboard.com to login.

Once you are logged in, make sure the extension is toggled on and you're ready to start featuring content!

Featuring to a tagboard

Hover your mouse over a post you want to feature to get the Tagboard button to appear. Click on the button and choose which tagboard you'd like to feature the post on.

Tagboard for Google Chrome supports:

  • Tweets

  • TweetDeck

  • Instagram Posts

  • Native Reddit posts and comments

  • YouTube videos

  • Zipwhip text messages

Note: The extension will show an error modal unless the post is totally public, without any blocked people or friend lists.

Setting a default tagboard (optional)

You have the option to set a default tagboard if you manage multiple tagboards but only need to feature posts to a single moderation dashboard. Click on the Tagboard logo to load the Chrome Extension dropdown. Hover your mouse over the tagboard you want to select, click on the cog icon and select "Set as default". 

Got your featured content and ready to go live? 🎬

Did this answer your question?