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Following Feeds and Posting

Within the SQUIZZ.com platform after signing up there is the ability for you to view and follow "feeds". Each feed contains messages known as "posts" that allows you to read messages and have discussions with people or organisations in the platform about a broad or specific topic. Feeds are both a way to find out about news, events and information, as well as have interactive discussions, debates, ask questions, and receive notifications when posts are created.

Topics

  1. Prerequisites
  2. Overview
  3. Create A Personal Feed
  4. Modify A Personal Feed
  5. Delete A Personal Feed
  6. Invite A Personal To An Exclusive Personal Feed
  7. Remove A Person From A Personal Feed
  8. Post A Message Within A Personal Feed
  9. Post A Message Within An Organisation Feed
  10. Like, Acknowledge, Dislike, or Report A Message Within A feed
  11. Comment On A Post Within A Personal or Organisation Feed
  12. Find and Follow a Contact's Personal Feed
  13. View All The Posts For A Single Personal Or Organisation Feed
  14. Follow An Organisation's Public Feed
  15. Accept Invitation To Follow An Exclusive Personal or Organisation Feed
  16. Unfollow A Feed
  17. Next Steps

Prerequisites

Before reading on please ensure that you have understood the following topics:

Overview

After logging into the SQUIZZ.com platform you have the ability to find feeds that have been created by organisations, created by people who are your contacts, and created by yourself. There are 2 types of feeds, "Personal Feeds" that have been created against people, and "Organisation Feeds" that have been created against organisations/businesses. You can find personal feeds of a person once you have connected to the person. Organisation feeds can be found by navigating to an organisation's profile, then clicking on the Feeds button, which will then load up all the posts for all the feeds that you are allowed see for the given organisation. Both People and organisations may create multiple feeds, with each feed covering a specific topic or subject matter. For example an organisation may have a feed called "Latest News" that contains posts covering the latest news items associated with the organisation. A person may create a feed called "Friends and Family" that contains post about things that is happening with their friends and family. Separately an organisation may have a feed called "Products Deals" that contains posts about the product deals that are currently available when buying products from the organisation. It's up to people and organisations to define the feeds that they wish to create, and with each feed it may contain a description that allows you to understand what topic the feed is covering. By default when you first sign up to the SQUIZZ.com platform a number of personal feeds will automatically be created for you. You can modify, post on or remove these personal feeds as you wish.

Posting and Commenting On Feeds

Within a feed you may have permission to post a message, or comment on a message already posted within a feed. This allows you to engage with people within the feed, ask questions, provide answers, add feedback, and be a part of a community. Additionally with each posted message or comment you may click on one of the following:

  • Like
    Means that you like the content of the message or comment posted. The person who posted the message or comment will be notified that you have read their message and liked what they have said.

  • ACK or Acknowledge
    Means that you have understood the content of the message and have acknowledged it. This allows the person who posted the message or comment to be notified that you have read it and acknowledged what they were saying.
     
  • Dislike
    Means that you have understood the content of the message or comment the person has posted and disliked what they were saying, or did not agree with what they were saying. It's important to be careful and respectful when disliking another person's post or comment since the person who wrote the message may take it personally. If you dislike a person's post or comment it may be worth replying back to them and provide constructive feedback as to why you disliked what they had posted.
     
  • Report
    Means that you have understood the content of the posted message or comment and have been offended by the content to the point where you think that it should be taken down. Reporting a posted message or comment should not be taken lightly, and only used where you think the posted content is completely disrespectful to you or a broad range of people. If enough people report a posted message or comment then the platform may automatically hide the content from being shown. If you falsely report posted messages or comments then you may be blocked from accessing the SQUIZZ.com platform, as per Terms and Conditions of the platform. If a person or organisation's posted content is continually being reported then they may be blocked from accessing the platform for a period of time.
     

Following Feeds

When viewing a feed there may to option to "follow" a feed. When you choose to follow a feed it will be added to your list of feeds so that you can easily find it from within the platform's menu. Additionally by following a feed you are allowing to receive notifications when new messages are posted within a feed. You will only receive notifications when an organisation's administrator of a feed chooses to notify you of a message posted within the feed. This allows you to receive selected news or messages related to the feeds you are following.

Within the SQUIZZ.com there are two types of feeds that can be created, these are:

Public Feeds

Public feeds can be seen by any person in the general public, regardless of whether a person is logged into the platform or not. Any of the posts within a public feed can be viewed by the general public, and anybody signed up to the platform may follow a public feed. regardless of whether they are connected to an organisation or not. If you post a message within a public feed it's generally advisable to think about the broad range of people who may see it, and to compose a message that is respectful to the public audience, and on topic.

Private Feeds

People may create private personal feeds. A private feed is not accessible to the general public, and can only been seen by people who are connected to the person who created the private feed. To follow a person's private feed you first must be connected to the person. Then from the Contacts menu you can view a list of private feeds that they have set and choose to follow the person's private feeds. Once you are following a private feed then the Home page of the platform within the News Feed you will be able to see new posts made to the private feed, as well as access all of a private feed's posts via accessing the private feed within the feeds menu.

Exclusive Feeds

Both people and organisations may create private feeds. A private feed is not accessible to the general public, and can only been seen by you and other people once you have been invited to the follow the feed. To follow an organisation's exclusive feed you first must be connected to the organisation, then a person within the organisation must have sent you an invite the follow the feed. To follow a person's exclusive feed you must first be connected to the person, then the person needs to have sent you an invite to follow the exclusive feed. Only once you have accepted the invitation can you then see the posts within the exclusive feed, and see the posts on the News feed on the Home page. Exclusive feeds are a way for you to receive exclusive news or talk within an intimate community about topics that should not be accessible to the general public. For example an organisation may create a private feed called "Internal Staff" that may allow only current employees of an organisation to discuss areas about the business. Another private feed called "Exclusive Deals" may exist that only allows special customers or club members receive news when new products can be purchased before the general public. A person may contain an exclusive feed to talk about sensitive topics that they wish to share to a handful of chosen people.

Create A Personal Feed

To create a personal feed for yourself follow these steps to do so:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu bar button
  3. Click on the Mine menu button.
  4. Click on the Create Feed button.
  5. Within the organisation profile click on the Feeds button.
  6. In the Feed Details dialog, for the Feed Label textbox set a label for the feed.
  7. In the Feed Description textarea type a description that describes the kind of content that the feed is related to.
  8. In the Privacy Status drop choose either: 
    • Public: To create a public feed where any can access and see its content
    • Private: To create a private feed that only people connected to you as contacts can see and follow.
    • Exclusive - Invite Only: To create an exclusive feed that only people you invite into the feed can see posts of.
  9. In the Allow Posting drop down choose Yes if you allow people to post messages within the feed.
  10. In the Allow Posting Comments drop down choose Yes of you allow people to post comments within a message posted on the feed.
  11. Click on the Save button.

The feed will be added to the list of your personal feeds. If the feed has the privacy status set to Public or Private then any of your contacts will be able to see the feed and opt-in to follow it. When you post in the perosnal feed, any people following your feed will be able to see your posts in the News Feed displayed on the Home page of the platform.

Modify A Personal Feed

To modify a personal feed that exists for you follow these steps to do so:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu bar button
  3. Click on the Mine menu button.
  4. Scroll through and find the feed you wish to modify from the feeds list. Click on the Modify button.
  5. In the Feed Details dialog, for the Feed Label textbox set a label for the feed.
  6. In the Feed Description textarea type a description that describes the kind of content that the feed is related to.
  7. In the Privacy Status drop choose either: 
    • Public: To create a public feed where any can access and see its content
    • Private: To create a private feed that only people connected to you as contacts can see and follow.
    • Exclusive - Invite Only: To create an exclusive feed that only people you invite into the feed can see posts of.
  8. In the Allow Posting drop down choose Yes if you allow people to post messages within the feed.
  9. In the Allow Posting Comments drop down choose Yes of you allow people to post comments within a message posted on the feed.
  10. Click on the Save button.

The label of the feed will be updated within the list as well as within the news feed when any person next loads for feed posts up, or refreshes the Home page.

Delete A Personal Feed

To permanently delete a personal feed of yours follow these steps below to do so. Note that once a feed has been deleted all of its posts and followers will be permanently deleted and be no longer available anymore. Be certain that you wish to do this before following these steps:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu bar button
  3. Click on the Mine menu button.
  4. Scroll through and find the Feed that you wish to delete.
  5. Click on the Delete button next to the Feed.
  6. In the Remove Feed dialog confirm that you wish to delete the feed by clicking on the OK button.

The feed will no longer appear in the feeds list. Additionally the feed will be removed from all people previously following the feed, and all of its posts will no longer be seen in the news feed when people next load their news feed again.

Invite A Personal To An Exclusive Personal Feed

To invite a person to a personal feed of yours, first the personal feed must have its Privacy Status set to exclusive. Then once done follow these steps to do so:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Contacts menu bar button.
  3. Scroll and locate your contact.
  4. Click on the Invite Feed button.
  5. In the Invite Selected People To Feed dialog for the Invite People To Feed drop down select the exclusive feed that you wish to invite people to.
  6. Optionally in the Invite Message textarea type a message that may help persuade a person to accept the invite to follow the feed.
  7. Click on the Invite button.

Notification of the invite will be sent out to the contact person with the notification appearing within their Feeds menu. Once a person has accepted the invitation they will then be following the feed and be able to see posts associated with the exclusive feed from the News Feed on the home page.

Remove A Person From A Personal Feed

To remove a person from following a personal feed of yours and seeing any posts associated to the feed, follow these steps to do so:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu bar button.
  3. Click on the Mine menu button.
  4. Scroll and find the feed that you wish to remove the person from.
  5. Click on the View Followers button.
  6. In the People Following The Feed dialog find the person that you wish to remove.
  7. Click on the Remove button next to their name.

The person will be removed from your personal feed and no longer be able to see any posts made within the feed on the News Feed. Note that no notification will be sent out to the person, so they will be silently be removed.

Post A Message Within A Personal Feed

To post a message within a personal feed follow these steps:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. On the home page, within the Post News section. click on the Write a Headline... text area.
  3. Type text that contains the headline of your post. Note that you can only type up to 80 characters.
  4. Optionally click on the Add A Message button to display the Message textarea, In this textarea you can write a longer message to set with your post.
  5. Optionally click on the Add An Image button to add an image file to the post. Once clicked on locate and select the image file stored on your computer or device. Ensure that the image is saved in the JPEG, PNG, or GIF file format and is under 2MB in size. You can add up to 6 images to a feed post.
  6. Optionally click on the Add A Link button to add a link to a web page in your post.
    1. In the the Enter URL textbox type or post the URL of your link.
    2. Press the Enter key to add the link to the post. You can add up to 5 links per post. Each type a web page link is added the platform will try to obtain the title of the web page and add it to the link.
  7. In the Post To Personal Feed drop down choose the personal feed you wish to add the post to.
  8. Click on the Post button.

The post will be added to your chosen personal feed and appear on the News Feed. The post will appear in the News Feed for any person logged into the SQUIZZ.com platform who is following your feed. Any person viewing the feed may be able to see your post and can comment on it, like it, acknowledge it, dislike it, or report it.

Set One Or More Images Within A Feed Post

You are allowed to upload a number of images with each post in a feed. Thumbnails of these images will then show when a person views your post on the news feed. To upload images against a feed post follow these steps:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from either a web browser or mobile app
  2. On the home page, within the Post News form, in the Write A Headline... textarea type text of a headline
  3. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  4. Click on the Add An Image link, locate the image on your computer or device that you wish to upload.
  5. The image will display as a thumbnail below the button and be temporary scaled. Repeat step 4 to upload another image.
  6. In the Post To Personal Feed drop down choose the personal feed you wish to post into.
  7. Click on the Post button.

The post will be added to your chosen personal feed and appear in the News Feed for any people who are following your feed. People viewing the feed will be able to click on these images to view the images in greater detail. The image thumbnails that appear in the post will also be resized, and cropped to make a perfect square thumbnail image. When you click on the thumbnail images that will open the image viewer that will show the full size version of the image without any cropping.

Note that there are limitations on the kind of images that can be uploaded and how big the image size is. We recommend uploading JPEG images that are maximum image width and height of 2000px and under 2MB in file size.

Add Webpage Links Within A Feed Post

When adding a post to a feed it is possible to list a number of webpage links under the message. This makes it easy for people to view and click on the links without needing to have the links set within the content of the post's message. To set links with the feed post follow these steps:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from either a web browser or mobile app
  2. On the home page, within the Post News form, in the Write A Headline... textarea type text of a headline
  3. Click on the Add A Link button.
  4. In the Enter URL textbox type or copy the URL of your link.
  5. Press the Enter key to add the link to the post. You can add up to 5 links per post. Each type a web page link is added the platform will try to obtain the title of the web page and add it to the link.
  6. In the Post From drop down choose if you wish to post the message as coming from you personally, or if allowed you can select an organisation that you are posting on behalf of.
  7. In the Post To Personal Feed drop down choose the personal feed you wish to post into.
  8. Click on the Post button.

The post will be added to your chosen personal feed and appear in the News Feed for any people who are following your feed. People viewing the feed will be able to click on these web page links which will allow a new browser window or tab to open and direct the person to the corresponding web page. Note that there is a limit on how many web page links that you may set in one posted message.

Embed A YouTube Video Within A Feed Message

When posting a message to a feed it is possible to display YouTube video under the message. This makes it easy for people to watch a video that you have uploaded to YouTube within a feed. To set a video within a feed's post:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from either a web browser or mobile app
  2. On the home page, within the Post News form, in the Write A Headline... textarea type text of a headline
  3. Click on the Add A Link button.
  4. Within the Enter URL... textbox type or paste in the short URL of the YouTube video, for example: https://youtu.be/L49Uds_05nc 
  5. Press the Enter key. If the URL is correctly formed then the webpage of the YouTube video will then be listed showing that it has been added to the webpage links list.
  6. In the Post To Personal Feed drop down choose the personal feed you wish to post into.
  7. Click on the Post button.

The message will be posted and appear on the feed showing an embedded YouTube video player under the message. People viewing the feed will be able to click on video player to watch the video. That the the you 

Format Text Within A Feed Message

When posting a message within a feed it is possible to format the text that is displayed in the message. The following sequence of characters may be set within the message to allow the text to be "marked up" after it has been posted:

  • **Example Text**
    Bolds any text within the double asterisk characters. eg. Example Text
     
  • __Example Text__
    Underlines any text within the double underscore characters eg. Example Text
     
  • ~~Example Text~~
    Makes any text italics within the double tilde characters eg. Example Text
     
  • --Example Text--
    Strikes a line through any text within the double dash characters eg. Example Text
     
  • ##Example Text##
    Makes any text within the double hash characters a first level heading
     
  • ###Example Text###
    Makes any text within the double hash characters a second level heading
     
  • ####Example Text####
    Makes any text within the double hash characters a third level heading
     
  • - Example Text
    Makes any text starting with a single dash character then a space turn into an unordered list eg.
    • Example Text
    • Example Text2

Post A Message Within An Organisation Feed

To post a message within an organisation's feed, first navigate to the organisation's profile. An organisation's profile can be found from Organisation Search on the home page, or by clicking on the profile button for any organisations listed in your Organisations menu that you are connected to. Alternatively from the Feeds menu you can click on the name of a feed to be directed to an organisation's profile. From within an organisation's profile follow the steps below to post a message:

  1. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  2. In the Show Feed drop down select the feed that you wish to post a message within.
  3. Within the Write A Post text area type in the content of your message.
  4. In the Post From drop down choose if you wish to post the message as coming from you personally, or if allowed you can select an organisation that you are posting on behalf of.
  5. Click on the Post button.

The message will be posted and appear on the feed. A notification will be sent to selected administrators of the organisation advising of the message that you have posted. Any person viewing the feed may be able to see your post and may comment on it, like it, acknowledge it, dislike it, or report it. Note that there is a limit on how long the message is allowed to be.

Set One Or More Images Within A Feed Message

You are allowed to upload a number of images with a message that you have posted within a feed. Thumbnails of these images will then show when a person views your post within the feed it was posted to. To upload images with a message posted on an organisation's feed follow these steps from within an organisation's profile:

  1. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  2. In the Show Feed drop down select the feed that you wish to post a message within.
  3. Within the Write A Post text area type in the content of your message.
  4. Click on the Add Image link, locate the image on your computer or device that you wish to upload.
  5. The image will display at the bottom of the post form. Repeat step 4 to upload another image.
  6. In the Post From drop down choose if you wish to post the message as coming from you personally, or if allowed you can select an organisation that you are posting on behalf of.
  7. Click on the Post button.

The message will be posted and appear on the feed and will show thumbnails images. People viewing the feed will be able to click on these images to view the images in greater detail. Note that there are limitations on the kind of images that can be uploaded and how big the image size is. We recommend uploading JPEG images that are maximum image width and height of 2000px and under 2MB in file size.

Add Webpage Links Within A Feed Message

When posting a message to a feed it is possible to list a number of webpage links under the message. This makes it easy for people to view and click on the links without needing to have the links within the content of the message. To set links with a message posted in an organisation feed, follow these steps from within an organisation's profile:

  1. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  2. In the Show Feed drop down select the feed that you wish to post a message within.
  3. Within the Write A Post text area type or paste in the URL of the link. Ensure that the URL starts with http://, https://, or www.
  4. Add a space after the end of the URL. If the URL is correctly formed then the URL will then be listed under the text area showing that it has been added to the webpage links list.
  5. Optionally removing the URL from the message textarea and report steps 3 and 4 to add more web page links.
  6. In the Post From drop down choose if you wish to post the message as coming from you personally, or if allowed you can select an organisation that you are posting on behalf of.
  7. Click on the Post button.

The message will be posted and appear on the feed showing a list of web page links under the message. People viewing the feed will be able to click on these web page links which will allow a new browser window or tab to open and direct the person to the corresponding web page. Note that there is a limit on how many web page links that you may set in one posted message.

Embed A YouTube Video Within A Feed Message

When posting a message to a feed it is possible to display YouTube video under the message. This makes it easy for people to watch a video that you have uploaded to YouTube within a feed. To set a video with a message posted in an organisation feed, follow these steps from within an organisation's profile:

  1. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  2. In the Show Feed drop down select the feed that you wish to post a message within.
  3. Within the Write A Post text area type or paste in the short URL of the YouTube video, for example: https://youtu.be/L49Uds_05nc 
  4. Add a space after the end of the URL. If the URL is correctly formed then the webpage of the YouTube video will then be listed under the text area showing that it has been added to the webpage links list.
  5. Optionally removing the URL from the message textarea and continue typing a message.
  6. In the Post From drop down choose if you wish to post the message as coming from you personally, or if allowed you can select an organisation that you are posting on behalf of.
  7. Click on the Post button.

The message will be posted and appear on the feed showing an embedded YouTube video player under the message. People viewing the feed will be able to click on video player to watch the video.

Format Text Within A Feed Message

When posting a message within a feed it is possible to format the text that is displayed in the message. The following sequence of characters may be set within the message to allow the text to be "marked up" after it has been posted:

  • **Example Text**
    Bolds any text within the double asterisk characters. eg. Example Text
     
  • __Example Text__
    Underlines any text within the double underscore characters eg. Example Text
     
  • ~~Example Text~~
    Makes any text italics within the double tilde characters eg. Example Text
     
  • --Example Text--
    Strikes a line through any text within the double dash characters eg. Example Text
     
  • ##Example Text##
    Makes any text within the double hash characters a first level heading
     
  • ###Example Text###
    Makes any text within the double hash characters a second level heading
     
  • ####Example Text####
    Makes any text within the double hash characters a third level heading
     
  • - Example Text
    Makes any text starting with a single dash character then a space turn into an unordered list eg.
    • Example Text
    • Example Text2

Like, Acknowledge, Dislike, or Report A Message Within A feed

When you or another person posts a message within a feed, you will be able to "like", "acknowledge" (ACK), "dislike" or "report" the post. To do so with a post made on an organisation's feed then within an organisation's profile follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  2. Within the Feeds area scroll down and find the post that you wish to like, acknowledge, dislike, or report.
  3. Click on either the Likes, Acks, Dislikes, or Reports button

After you have clicked on the button then the number next to it will increment showing the amount of people who also like, acknowledge, dislike or have reported the post. To revoke your selection click on the same button again, or to change your selection click on one of the other buttons.

You can also like, acknowledge, dislike, or report a post within a feed from the Notifications menu if you sent a notification of the post.

Comment On A Post Within A Personal or Organisation Feed

When a person posts a message within a feed there may be the ability for you or other people to comment on the post and discuss it further. To comment in a post within a personal or organisation's feed that appears in the News Feed follow the steps below:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. On the home page, within the News Feed section find the post that you wish to comment on.
  3. Click on the Comments button if it is displayed.
  4. In the Write A Comment text area type the text of your comment.
  5. Click on the Add Comment button.

The comment will be added to the list of comments for the post. A notification will be sent to the posting person to advise that you have made a comment. Note that you can only post comments if the person or organisation owning the feed has allowed commenting for the feed.

Alternatively to comment on a post within an organisation's feed then in an organisation's profile follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the Feeds button (if it hasn't already been selected)
  2. Within the Feeds area scroll down and find the post that you wish to comment on.
  3. Click on the Comments button
  4. Within the Write A Comment text area type in the content of your message.
  5. Click on the Comment button.

Your comment will appear within the list of comments under the post. Notifications will be sent out to the person who wrote the original post as well as people within the organisation notifying them of your comment. People looking at the feed may also see you comment and may like, acknowledge, Dislike, report your comment.

Find and Follow a Contact's Personal Feed

To find the feeds that a person you are connected to has, then follow their feeds, follow these steps to do so:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Contacts menu bar button.
  3. Scroll and locate your contact.
  4. Click on the View Feeds button.
  5. In the Feeds menu bar scroll and view the list of personal feeds that you are following or wish to follow.
  6. For a feed that you are not already following click on the Follow button.

You will now be following the person's feeds. Any time they post within the feed their post will be able to be viewed from the News Feed on the home page.

View All The Posts For A Single Personal Or Organisation Feed

Once logged into the SQUIZZ.com platform there is the ability for you see see all the posts made against a single personal or organisation feed within the News Feed. Follow these steps to do so:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu bar button.
  3. Locate the feed that you wish to view all of its posts for.
  4. Click on the View Posts button.

The Feeds menu will close and the News Feed on the home page will display and show the posts for the chosen feed.

Follow An Organisation's Public Feed

There are several ways in which you can find and follow an organisation's public feed.

Find And Follow A Feed From An Organisation's Profile

You can find and follow a public feed by navigating to an organisation's profile. This can be done by clicking on an organisation's name anywhere where it appears, such as from an organisation search or from the Organisations menu. From there if you click on the Profile button you will be taken to the organisation's profile. From within the organisation follow these steps to follow a feed:

  1. Click on the Feeds button
  2. In the Show Feed drop down select the feed that you wish to follow.
  3. Click on the Follow button

The organisation's feed will then appear in your Feeds menu, from where you can easily navigate back to the feed, and receive notifications of new feed posts that the organisation would like you to know about.

Find And Follow A Feed From The Feeds Menu

After being logged into the platform, within the Feeds menu there is the ability to find and follow feeds that the platform thinks that you may wish to follow, based on the connections you have made with organisations. To do this follow these steps:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu item in the top header bar.
  3. Within the Feeds You May Like panel scroll across and find a feed that you would like to follow.
  4. Click on the Follow link.

The organisation's feed will then appear in your Feeds menu, from where you can easily navigate back to the feed, and receive notifications of new feed posts that the organisation would like you to know about.

Accept Invitation To Follow An Exclusive Personal or Organisation Feed

After connecting to either a person or an organisation within the platform, the connected person or organisation has the ability to send you an invitation to follow one or more of their exclusive feeds. When this occurs you will receive a notification that will appear within the Feed Notifications menu that allows you to accept or decline the invitation. If you accept the invitation then the person's or organisation's feed will appear within the Feeds menu and you may see posts made to their exclusive feed in the News Feed on the home page. When following exclusive organisation feeds you also allow the organisation to send you feed notifications when they post to their exclusive feed.

Unfollow A Feed

If you wish to no longer receive notifications about a given feed or remove it from the Feeds menu, you can do so by following these steps:

  1. Login to the SQUIZZ.com platform from the Home page or mobile app.
  2. Click on the Feeds menu item in the top header bar.
  3. Scroll down and find the feed that you wish to unfollow.
  4. Click on the Un-follow link
  5. Within the Unfollow Feed confirmation dialog click on the OK button.

The feed will be removed from the Feeds menu and you will no longer receive any notifications about the feed.

Next Steps

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