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Would you like to share the same resource in several communities you participate in? Good news: there’s no need to upload it to each one of them, you can publish it in a community and share it with other communities. The first thing to do is to publish the resource in a community. Once you’ve done it, you’ll see the resource detail page. There you’ll see an actions menu including ‘share’. Click on this option and you’ll see a combo with the communities in which you participate. Simply select the community in which you want to share the resource and categorize it.

Not only can you share the resources that you publish, but also the ones published by other GNOSS users. If you click on the resource (both image and the name) you’ll go to the resource detail page and among the actions of its menu you’ll have the option to share the resource.


Publicado el 24.12.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

Do you have any resource that you find interesting and want to share? You have two options: upload it to a community or do it on your personal space for resources as a public resource.


Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS


GNOSS guide for… social networks from GNOSS
If you want, GNOSS may be the panel to organize your digital identity on the Net. We want to make the work easier for you, that’s why we’re adapting to your interests. GNOSS lets you share  the resources you choose with the most important social networks.  
When you go to the resources of a community, GNOSS gives you the option to export those contents to another network. Under the resource tags, you will find a row with the icons of the most important bookmarking services and networks (we accept more proposals, let us know your suggestions). Now, GNOSS connects with Facebook, LinkedIn, Delicious, Reddit and Negóciame.
For Twitter, we’ll explain more options to you:
  • Personal ‘tweets’: it enables you to write ‘tweets’ from GNOSS. To do that, go to ‘Edit profile’ in your profile (the personal or the organization one, if you are an administrator). On that page you will find an option that says ‘I have a Twitter account’. Click on it and enter your user name. Twitter will ask you for your password later. Since then, you will be able to send your ‘tweets’ from GNOSS.
    To use this new service, click on ‘Tweet' from your ‘I want to...’ menu. A text box will appear and there you can type in what you want and continue the conversation with your Twitter contacts.
  • ‘Tweets’ of a community: the microblogging service has become a media to communicate in an efficient and direct way. GNOSS offers you a new option: you can automatically broadcast on Twitter all your GNOSS community content. Each time you upload a resource you will see a ‘tweet’ with the file title, internet address… you have uploaded to GNOSS. The message will be completed with the hashtag you’ve chosen previously for your community. To activate your Twitter channel, you have to go to the ‘I want to’ menu, click on ‘Manage the community’ and then go to the ‘Utilities’ tab. Here you will find the option ‘Activate Twitter account’. The microblogging service will ask you for the username and password that you registered on Twitter previously.
  • User profile on Twitter:Our new application lets you see the profile of a user on Twitter. To do this, go to 'People and Organizations' and look for the person you want to find. Once found, go to his profile. If he has enabled his Twitter account in GNOSS, next to his biography you will see an option to 'Follow me on Twitter'.


Publicado el 25.6.2010 por Equipo GNOSS