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Scott Kingery

I need to hack on the code behind how Known displays things but I don't quite grok it yet. I'll have to see what I can find in the developer docs.

Scott Kingery

Oops. Just realized you can't just enable the Bridgy plugin in Known, you have to active it. Account Settings --> Interactions.

Scott Kingery

Scott Kingery

note: the order in which you turn on Known plugins changes the way the site works. I still don't like the way my likes and retweets look.

Scott Kingery

@ChrisAldrich I'm experimenting with Known. Curious how you are doing likes and retweets. See my post http://stream.techlifeweb.com/2017/indieweb-what-is-the-best-wet-to-favorite-a-tweet

Scott Kingery

#indieweb what is the best way to favorite a Tweet in Known?

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In this new Known site, I'm using Kyle Mahan's Reactions plugin. It works just fine but the thing I don't like about it is how it displays the tweet on this site. That part is pretty useless. Example http://stream.techlifeweb.com/2017/liked-philip-lewis-verified-accounts-tweet-84bc05e477

Like Example

It gives no context to the Tweet so if I were to search my site it's pretty useless.

On my WordPress site I was using a bookmarklet that contained all the info to embed the tweet along with it's text like this: http://techlifeweb.com/15211-2/

Maybe doing something similar here would be an idea. I'm trying to cut down on the number of clicks it takes to POSSE content so that is why I've started to experiment with Known again.

If anyone is using a different method of capturing the fidelity of the Tweet in Known I'd like to hear about it.

Scott Kingery

Added the WaybackMachine plugin (https://github.com/mapkyca/KnownWaybackMachine) to my Known site. Cool.

Scott Kingery

And, because it's late, I forgot the hastag on my first post.