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Filter by Source

UpContent now allows you to filter your results by the source from which the content came. You can either eliminate a source from your results or view content solely from that source.

To hide suggestions from a particular source, simply "uncheck" the source name from the list on the sidebar or click on the small, grey circle next to the source name on the article card and follow the prompt.

Filter by Date

The default time parameter for the suggestions on any topic is 60 days.

If you'd like to see more recent content or content from a wider range, you can do so by selecting from one of our pre-set options or by entering your own date range to look as far back as one year.

You will also see a checkbox for 'Undated Suggestions'. Checking this allows articles from publishers that did not provide UpContent with a verified publish date to appear. There are a number of reasons why a publisher may choose not to provide a date, so we recommend checking these out as well! Even if no date is provided, your articles will still be filtered based upon the time period you select.

Sorting Options in Topics

There are 4 different sorting options: Relevance, Recency, Shareability, and Influence.

You can move between these by selecting them from the sidebar or at the top of your article cards list drop-down menu.

Relevance: Displays results in order of most applicable, based on the topic criteria.

Recency: Sorts results by most recently published, in descending order.

Shareability: Shareability is a proprietary score that we assign content based on its propensity to be shared. Core factors include the presence or absence of an image in the article and the presence of certain words in the title and body of the content that research has linked to higher clickthrough rates.

Influence: Influence is a measure of an article’s ability to drive other content to reference it. We measure influence by defining a network of all of the links in your result set. These measures help UpContent determine which articles are at the center of a particular conversation, helping you find the sources of a that are leading the discussion - and not just the macro influence of the broad internet.

Filter by Content Type

UpContent uses proprietary machine learning software we've called ArtClass (short for Article Classifier) to determine if content is a blog piece or news article. You can filter the articles using this classification by clicking on "News" or "Blogs".

Note: ArtClass isn't perfect and is still learning. If you see a suggestion that you think is classified wrongly, you can fix it by selecting a new classification for us and others.

Collections

Filter by Sorting Options in Collections

There are 5 different sorting options: Recency, Shareability, Influence, Added, and Updated. You can filter between these by selecting them from the sidebar or at the top of your article cards list drop-down menu.

Recency: Sorts results by most recently published, in descending order.

Shareability: Shareability is a proprietary score that we assign content based on its propensity to be shared. Core factors include the presence or absence of an image in the article and the presence of certain words in the title and body of the content that research has linked to higher clickthrough rates.

Influence: Influence is a measure of an article’s ability to drive other content to reference it. We measure influence by defining a network of all of the links in your result set. These measures help UpContent determine which articles are at the center of a particular conversation, helping you find the sources of a that are leading the discussion - and not just the macro influence of the broad internet.

Added: Displays content in order of the articles most recently added to your Collection by users within your UpContent account.

Updated: Displays content in order of articles in a descending order in which users within your UpContent account have modified the summary or added a note to.

Filter by Content Type

UpContent uses proprietary machine learning software we've called ArtClass (short for Article Classifier) to determine if content is a blog piece or news article. You can filter the articles using this classification by clicking on "News" or "Blogs".

Note: ArtClass isn't perfect and is still learning. If you see a suggestion that you think is classified wrongly, you can fix it by selecting a new classification for us and others.

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