Using Google Chrome, head to the Chrome Web Store to install the extension.
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:
- Public Facebook posts and comments
- Public Facebook Live posts and comments
- Instagram posts
- Twitter posts
- YouTube videos
- Capture content
- Twitter posts on Tweetdeck
Public Posts Caveat
The extension will show an error modal unless the post is totally public, without any blocked people or friend lists.
You can turn the plugin on when featuring content or off when not in use. Quickly access your account, view the support page or sign in/out.
If you manage multiple tagboards but only need to feature posts to a single tagboard, select the "Set as default" option from the cog icon. It's located next to each tagboard on your list as you hover over with your mouse.
Updated about 3 hours ago