In this, the fifth and final NETVIBES training video, you’ll discover how the content on your dashboard can be used to create reports and automate actions, so you can be updated even when you’re not in front of your dashboard.
The Potion app connects the inputs on your dashboard, such as Tracked Topics and Analytics, and triggers outputs when certain conditions are met. Setup email alerts to notify you and your team when analytic metrics change in a certain way. Be notified when competitors announce new products or new patents in your field of interested are published. Create automated email reports to keep your team updated to changes on the dashboard. In this video, we’ll cover how potions are configured generally, what some of the key input and output ingredients are and some common potion configurations.
In the fourth installment of our five-part series of NETVIBES Industry Intelligence training videos, we’ll be focusing on Analytics. The Social Analytics app provides the ability to filter the articles on your dashboard in the same way as the Tracked Topic app, however rather than simply a list of articles, the output is in the form of charts and graphs allowing you to uncover trends and themes across larger numbers of articles.
We will show you how the Social Analytics app is configured and what the various outputs and metrics available in each are. We will highlight how these various options can be combined to create a broad, overall analysis for a particular subject. We will also show how insights can be found and how different topics can be compared which can be particularly useful in competitive scenarios or when comparing different products within a portfolio. We’ll finish with a guide on how to use the Opinions feature.
The fifth and final video in the series will be “Alerts & Reporting.”
It’s time for the third installment of our five-part series of NETVIBES Industry Intelligence training videos. Today the focus is on Tracked Topics. We will cover the Tracked Topic app and how you can leverage it to take advantage of all the sources you added to your Library apps (see Video #2) to start to monitor more specific topics of interest.
We will show you how the Tracked Topic app can be used to segment the articles on your dashboard and how you can filter the content to focus on your company, product or other topic of choice. We’ll demonstrate how you can narrow your search simply using the user interface, as well as introduce you to the basics of Boolean syntax and walk through an example of how a typical Boolean query is formed to ensure that the articles being returned are relevant to your subject of interest. Finally we’ll cover the display preferences available in a configured Tracked Topic.
Become an expert of NETVIBES’ Industry Intelligence dashboards with this 5-part video training series. In part 2 we focus on the Library app and how it is used to manage the sources of content on your dashboard.
In this video we cover the different types of sources that can be included and walk through how to add them to your Library apps. There is a particular focus on RSS feeds, including several ways to locate them on different websites and some backup options when they are not available. I’ll show you how to share your libraries once you’ve created them and also highlight some best practices and tips to be aware of.
The next video in the series will be “Tracked Topics.”
A couple of weeks ago, we launched our brand New Reader, designed for optimum readability on all devices. And we thought this might be a good time to walk you through it, in details.
Reader View is usually considered the natural way to consume RSS feeds, as it allows you to have a quick overview of all your sources, without distractions. The great thing about Netvibes is that you can easily switch between the Reader View and the Apps View with the switch located at the top of your dashboard. So whatever your preference is, you can easily switch and keep your content intact.
But let’s get back to the Reader View for now. As you can see in the picture below, the screen is divided in three main parts: the Tabs panel (A), the Header with options (B) and the Main Window with your content (C).