With Stackla's new Terms UI, managing and editing your terms is easier than ever! The newly streamlined Edit screen put's all of the Term's settings directly at your fingertips, while only the relevant features displayed.

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Editing a Term

Managing and editing your terms is now easier than ever! With the newly streamlined Term Edit screen your Term's settings are directly at your fingertips- with simple enable/disable buttons for on-the-fly adjustments, and a single list view to efficiently see a Term's setup with one look.

  1. To edit an existing Term, first navigate to Discover > Terms, then select Edit (for the term you wish to make changes to).

  2. Once in the Edit screen of a term, you will see a view similar to the screenshot below.

  3. The remainder of this article will now detail each of the possible term settings that you may encounter.

    • NOTE: Some term settings are network specific, and will only display when editing a term from these social networks. Other settings are Stackla feature specific, and will only display if the stack has access to these features and/or has the feature's plugin installed.

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General Term Settings

  • Choose a Term Name to keep things organized, and easily located moving forward.

  • From the Term Settings, select the moderation options for the different post media types. By default, all posts are set to Queue to ensure you are satisfied with the content before it is displayed. Read more about moderation Statuses here & here.

  • Add Tags to the term, via the Add Tags/Selected Tags setting, to help keep your content organized or grouped together for easier moderation and control.

  • To start aggregating content instantly, simply select Activate Term. Alternately, select Deactivate Term if you'd like to stop aggregation (great for setting up future campaigns, etc.)

Viz Rec

  • Visual Recognition can be applied on a term-level basis. When enabled, Stackla's Visual Recognition engine will identify objects, scenes, events, emotions and more within your aggregated visual content, and apply "Concepts" to your Tiles.

Sentiment

  • To help reduce the moderation resources needed, the Sentiment option can be enable to automatically exclude any posts that are identified with a Negative sentiment score.

Scheduling

  • Scheduling allows a specific aggregation schedule to be applied to a term. Using the pop-up, you can set a start and end date/time for your timezone, which will essentially Activate/Deactivate the term accordingly.

Inappropriate Words

  • Inappropriate Words - Using our prebuilt list, the system will flag any abusive/inappropriate language within a post, and will exclude them from aggregating into your Stack. If you would like to update this list simply click on the hyperlink called "Inappropriate Words" below the setting, or navigate to Settings>Bad Words to add your own words, or edit existing.

Include/Exclude

  • Include & Exclude Users provides a simple way to add specific social network users to the term's whitelist & blacklist. All posts from users on the blacklist will be excluded from aggregation, whereas if users are added to the whitelist, the term will only aggregate posts from those users (excluding everyone else).

Language

  • Stackla aggregation terms also support a Language Filtering service, which can be utilized on both the aggregation and display. You can select as many languages as needed from the + more button.

Throttling

  • At times, a term may be too popular or active, thus aggregating far too much content than necessary. With the Throttling option, you can proactively control the volume of content that you wish to ingest. Set the max number of tiles the term can aggregate per 1 hour OR per 1 day.

Rules

  • The Rules settings can be used to help refine your search results, to ensure you're aggregating relevant content. Use additional hashtags/keywords to apply additional search terms to the term's initial search criteria.

Twitter Specific Settings

When creating a Twitter Term, you will encounter some Twitter specific settings. To find out more about these, checkout the following article.

For any further questions or queries, please submit a request and our support team will get back to you.

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