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About Taggbox

Taggbox is a web-based platform where you can gather social media posts from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and many more and then display them together in "Feeds". You can create a social media feed using Taggbox within minutes and embed it in your event app!

screenshot showing an example of a Taggbox feed in the Socio platform.

Taggbox resources

Check out Taggbox’s Youtube and Vimeo pages to learn more about what they offer.

Create your Taggbox Feed(s)

To create your social feed, head to Taggbox.com, and create a widget. Choose your source networks such as Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. Follow the steps for whichever network you chose. You can add as many Feeds to your Taggbox Widget as you like.

When you're done adding Feeds, click the Publish button in the lower left corner of the screen, and select the Wix option. In the pop-up window that appears, simply copy the URL found in step 05 so you can put it in your Event App.

Screenshot showing the pop-up with the URL in step 5 highlighted.

Create your Social Media Feed feature

Add a Web Link feature to your Socio event, then edit the feature and enter the URL that you copied from Taggbox. Make sure you uncheck the box for Open link in external browser. You don't need to use the Pass Data to URL checkbox.

⭐️ Keep in mind, you can change the feature name and icon to better reflect your social media feed! Click the Settings (⚙️) icon to change them.

Screenshot showing the edit web link page with the link filled in and the box mentioned before unchecked.

You’re all set! Your social media feed is now embedded in your event app, and attendees can see the posts without having to leave the app.

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