Is a page you want to analyze not available in our tool? No problem - you can quickly add new pages to Storyclash in Manage Lists
. Just select the list where you want the page to be added and type the name into the search box. Storyclash searches for the page in our database as well as in Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. If the page isn’t already in our database, you can add them by clicking on the green plus icon.
What does ‘Collecting Data’ mean?
'Collecting Data' next to the name of a page means that the page has been added to our database recently and still needs to be reviewed by our team. Every new source is checked and approved by our Content Team. They search for additional social media channels, add RSS feeds and set the category and country details to ensure quality.
How long does it take for a feed to be reviewed?
Everyday more and more social media channels can be monitored with Storyclash. Currently (Dec. 2017) there are more than 37,000 pages available in Storyclash. Because of the huge demand of new pages it may take us 1 to 2 business days to review your site.
What are Groups?
Storyclash allows you to analyze one media with all its departments and Social Media channels as one piece, or you can break it down and see what every department is doing individually.
For example: CNN is shown as a group of all its departments (Politics, News, Economics, ….) So you can analyze CNN as sum of its activities, or you can monitor just the Politics section of CNN.
Pages are grouped if the name and/or profile picture is consistent over all pages. You can get more insights on that in Manage Lists; see chapter 3.7 for more information.