2) Search for content from various sources, such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter, RSS feeds and YouTube to add to your paper.
In the example below I have searched for content related to Moodle. Content can be added to your newspaper by clicking on the + (green plus) icon.
When you click the Edit button you will notice each block will have some additional options which will allow you to reposition the block, make it your featured article, delete or block and future content from the individual or site.
To set the frequency of how often your newspaper updates its content click on Publishing Schedule.
- Update frequency – set to twice daily, daily or weekly.
- Time – specify the time you would like your paper to be updated.
- Timezone – Select the relevant time zone.
- Your Selected Sources – A list of all the content sources that is associated with your paper. You can deleted items or filter the content further by specifying keywords to include or exclude.
- Content language - select the language for content that will be displayed in your paper.
- Paper sections: Select which sections in your paper like images, videos, trending hashtags and categories you would like to be added to your paper.
Look and feel – this menu is pretty self-explanatory in that it offers you the options to change the appearance of your paper.
Click on Create new button.
Amend the options as required in the next screen and then click Create widget.
Finally copy and paste the HTML embed code into the Twitter widget section in your paper (ensure Twitter widget is on). Save to finish.
- Newsletter option – switch this option on to allow email newsletters to be sent to subscribers.
- Social channels – link other accounts like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to your paper.
- Headlines widget - generate HTML codes of paper headlines that you can embed in a blog or website.
- Nomad widget: generate HTML codes of paper news that you can embed in a blog or website.