Pocket Access Token

Curate content from the Pocket App. Pocket allows you to store and retrieve links on any device. Pocket has many integrations with other apps. Get the free pocket app now and create a free account.

Setup: Just click the button. You will have the option to use your existing account or sign up for a new account. For the best experience, install the pocket browser extension and the pocket mobile app.

MailChimp API Key

You take care in carefully curating the best content from different sources. Use this high-quality content to stay in touch with your newsletter audience. Send your carefully curated content in a weekly newsletter to your audience. Using this feature requires a Mailchimp account, which is configured here.

Setup: Use your existing Mailchimp account or sign up for a new one . Follow this guide for finding your Mailchimp API Key.

Feedly Developer Key
Category

Curate content from Feedly. Feedly is a great feed reader that allows you to create and consume feeds. Feeds can be organized by grouping them into categories.

Setup: Use your existing Feedly account or sign up for a new one . Follow this guide for generating your Feedly Developer Key. Once a valid Feedly Developer Key is saved, you can select the category which should be used.

Webhose Api Key
Query

Find new content using search. Curate content from a relevant Webhose search.

Setup: Use your existing Webhose account or sign up for a new one . Once you are logged in, you can simply retrieve your Webhose Api Key from the Webhose Dashboard. Once a valid Feedly Developer Key is saved, you can select the category which should be used.

Favorite Blogs and Homepages as RSS, ATOM or RDF Feeds



Curate content from your favorite homepages or blogs. Just enter their RSS Feed, Atom Feed or RDF Feed. Your favorite homepage or blog contains high quality content. It should be both relevant to your audience and thematically related to your own page.

Setup: The page needs to provide a so-called feed. The feed can be an rss-feed, atom-feed or rdf-feed. Look for the feed icon on the homepage or blog (Example: http://www.api-university.com/feed). If you cannot find the Feed URL, just enter the URL of the homepage. TweetBuffer will try to autodetect your Feed URL.

Own Homepage or Blog as RSS, ATOM or RDF Feed

Content from your own homepage or blog - as RSS Feed, Atom Feed or RDF Feed. Your page can be a homepage or a blog and contains the material that you want to promote.

Setup: Your page needs to provide a so-called feed. The feed can be an rss-feed, atom-feed or rdf-feed. Look for the feed icon on your page. If you cannot find the Feed URL, just enter the URL of the homepage. TweetBuffer will try to autodetect your Feed URL.