4 Ways to Use Flipboard to Curate and Share Content

MagMaker By insideflipboard December 14, 2017

Did you know that every 60 seconds, there are 448,800 tweets, 500 hours of YouTube videos streaming, 3.3 million Facebook posts, and 3.8 million Google searches occurring around the world? People everywhere are voraciously consuming and simultaneously sharing media at lightning speed across channels. As we increasingly turn to multiple platforms to exchange information in our everyday lives, it’s crucial for us to be able to connect and consolidate all of our experiences—that’s where Flipboard comes in handy. The personal magazine provides several features and strategies to make it easy and intuitive to curate and share different types of content from various channels and streams in one single place, all while building your network and collaborating with others. Whether you’re a user, a publisher, or a brand, you can use the following tips to ensure that you get the most out of Flipboard. 1. Customize Your Own Smart Magazines Your phone, TV, and watch are smart…so why not your magazines…

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