Filter your Sources

Keep in mind, filters can only be used on streams with aggregated sources.

  • To add or edit Filters, click on Settings > Source Filters

Filtering works by eliminating or adding content by:

  • All: content must match all keywords in this field

  • Any: content must match at least one of these keywords

  • Never: content with any of these keywords will be excluded

Most topics will have a greater variety of terms that will need to be added to ensure that you catch everything you want to. For example, filters for artificial intelligence probably should include related terms and abbreviations as well: "machine learning", "neural networks", "AI", "NLP", "natural language processing" etc.

  • Click "Apply" to see results

  • Click "Add another filter set" to create additional content parameters.

Pro tip:

  • Try to keep your filter sets thematically related. We've seen great stream results following the following Filter structure, using three filter sets:

  1. What (which issue or topic keywords)

  2. Where (which countries, regions or cities?)

  3. Who (which individuals or groups?)

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