To be able to identify who is following your Scoop it page in your community vs just those who you are following.1 vote
Isn’t that what you can get by going to your topic, clicking on the view counter and then on the followers link?
Let us know if that’s not the case.
I suggest that there is a possibility that curators can create a newsletter with a template created by Scoop.it48 votes
We’ve started working on this and are looking at exploring the details of the various needs with interested users. If you’d like to get early-access to this, please contact us at business at scoop.it by email.
Integrate "like" or "share" Facebook button to know if the visitor enjoyed the scoops, to know how many visit is not enough.578 votes
We’ve implemented native share buttons on your topics so that your readers (non-connected to Scoop.it) can easily share on Facebook, Twitter and G+.
Thanks again for your suggestions and votes.
Product Marketing Director
Would be great if this could be used internally by a company for its staff sharing and newsletter functionalities. Presently using it would expose articles to the public so it deters a company from using it. The sharing functionalities can still be used by an internal administrator to then push selected scoops to the outside world; a public scoop.it page for the company.
Think about it!2 votes
Thanks for the suggestion.
This is actually something we already support as part of an paying option to our Scoop.it Business and Enterprise plans. This option gives the ability to make a topic private and the resulting curated newsletter that can be created from it are also private making it perfect for internal communication.
Plans start at $99/month for small teams (including the Scoop.it Business plan worth $79/month) and can be set up quickly by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t hesitate to send us questions or comments at the same email address.
The Scoop.it team
With a Pro or Business account, you can add a second Facebook Page to your topic and share to two at a time.
Let me know if you have any further questions about that; I’d be happy to help!
I have hundreds of bookmarks and move them around constantly, so having the bookmarklet mixed in with the bookmarks is quite confusing - it would be much easier if it stayed in the same place?
I use buffer for chrome and this adds a very handy little "extension" which puts a button next to the spanner wrench.
Please could you consider a Scoopit Chrome Extension?
This ne was completed a while ago but somehow we failed to update the status. Sorry about that.
Here’s the extension link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/scoopit/opjkhfahjokocpjfihcbfkmipdhcaknn
reply to messages of prospective customers1 vote
Sound like a good idea indeed :-)
Sorry to hear we didn’t get back to you. Where did you send your message? We can’t seem to find one from your email address. Can you send us your message at email@example.com ? We’ll make sure to get back to you asap.
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On the Dashboard page, the middle of the page has a heading "What's new?" Why not provide a method to remove the posts? I understand that it suppose to be a sticky which should be there for a period of time. Showing content from the 2nd of May is not optimal either and a way to remove it would ensure that potentially I can see notifications from other users1 vote
Google tells me you have an expired security certificate. I can't use the site until the certificate is approved.5 votes
Thanks for your patience! This is all taken care of.
I don't understand why the added function of manage the sources has gone for users and it's now a part of a paid bussiness model.
It was a great possibility to add sources and share rare or unusual news sources, useful for all.
I was a frequent user of Stumble Upon and want warn you about the risks to lose the users and want to attract the bussiness.
It's we the users who create content (See Facebook), without us you offer an empty shell.
Ana Valdés45 votes
We’re glad to let you know that your idea (or the idea you voted for) has been taken into account:
Advanced Sources Management is now back to the Free version.
Please take a look on this link to know more about it: http://blog.scoop.it/en/2011/11/21/adjustments-following-the-launch-of-scoop-it-business/
Thank you for your great feedback!
I'd like to have the option to display the Suggested Content in reverse chronological order.
This will allow me to always display the most recent news on top of my Topics.
That's not the case today especially if I don't connect for a couple of days...
I would like to see my topic in google results !1 vote
Scoop.it is SEO-friendly and more than 60 million Scoop.it pages have now been indexed by Google Search only.
Here are a few tips to optimize your usage of topics for additional visibility and SEO: http://feedback.scoop.it/knowledgebase/articles/61316-6-6-2-how-to-grow-my-audience-and-develop-my-traff
Don’t hesitate if you have specific questions.
The Scoop.it team
I think this is the first problem that I have had with scoop.it but since I reported it a week ago and still don't have it fixed or any human response, I'm starting to think that customer service or support are your biggest current issues....fix please with feedback.1 vote
So it seems to be resolved now following your ticket on our replies but let us know if that’s not the case. Thanks!
I don't want to receive emails from Scoop it but I still do after unsubscribing or deleting my prolifle :))6 votes
add a connection to viadeo61 votes
Viadeo is now one of the sharing options available on Scoop.it. Enjoy it!
Can only the filter topic be shared please, rather than the whole topic.
Yes it works. If you share the filtered URL it will preserve the filter. Eg: http://www.scoop.it/t/web-content-digital-curation?q=Facebook
The Scoop.it team
I think you changed the interface a little while ago and I am currently struggeling (it takes me more than 2 minutes) to add a new topic.
I am sure I am going to find it, but it would be maybe easier to add a button in the "My topics" menu or in a more convenient place.
In any case, thank you for the great service and platform !
A happy user1 vote
The “Create a topic” link is actually right where you suggested to put it: within the My Topics menu.
Don’t hesitate to contact our support if you need help.
I can only move forward sequentially one page at a time. Is there a way to jump, for example, from page 3 to page 22 instead of having to go through the entire scoopit one by way. This is both time consuming and tiresome when you have a lot of pages.3 votes
Are you referring to the home page, or on a certain topic? At the bottom of the topic page, you should be able to skip to the page number you wish. Please let me know if this isn’t an option for you > firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a way to include a "search" in scoopit? And is their a way to include sub-categories to make it easier to aggregate like-minded scoop-its?4 votes
If you’d like to search the entire site of Scoop.it, there is a search bar at the top. To search within a topic, you can click on “Filter” and search within that page. Further, you can tag your articles with subcategories so it’s easier for people to search your page.
When you share a scoop using twitter it generates a short link to the specific scooped article. However, there does not seem to be any way to get that shortened link once the tweet is sent. It would be good if when logged in you could click on a link in the bottom edit area where the star etc is and have it copy the link to your clip board or something like that.1 vote
You can find the link to an individual scoop by clicking on the Share arrow at the bottom of the scoop. At the bottom, there’s a box containing the Scoop’s URL.
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