Connections and Feed Counts

If you’re new to TINT and have viewed our pricing page you may be wondering what a connection is. A connection (or feed) is any stream that you add from any of our supported social networks.

Connection Types

You can add a lot of different content to TINT. The following is a list of connection types that are currently supported by TINT:

Twitter_Social_Icon_Circle_Color.png Twitter - Hashtag // Username // Likes // List // Advanced (Queries

glyph-logo_May2016.png Instagram - Hashtag // Account // Location // Geotag

FB-f-Logo__blue_29.png Facebook - Profile // Page // Visitor Posts // Group // Locations

yt_logo_rgb_light.png YouTube - Username // Playlist

images.png RSS

Screen_Shot_2017-08-30_at_4.41.13_PM.png Public Posting (click here for more information)

Screen_Shot_2017-08-30_at_4.41.21_PM.png Text Message (click here for more information)

badgeRGB.png Pinterest - Profile // Board

In-2C-14px.png LinkedIn - Profile // Company

Yelp_burst_positive_RGB.png User Reviews (click here for more information) 

tumblr-logo-blue-512.png Tumblr - Username // Hashtag

googleplus-logos-02.png Google+ - Profile // Hashtag

flickr-logo-png-4.png Flickr - Username // Tag

Google_News_icon_2015.png Google News - Search Term // Location // Topic

media.svg Wechat (微信, Wēixìn) (click here for more information)

Slack_Mark_Web.png Slack (click here for more information)

unnamed.png Spark (click here for more information) 

Feed Counts

Whenever you add a connection to your TINT it will count towards the total amount of connections allowed on your current plan level. The maximum number of of social connections allowed per plan level is:

  • Enterprise - Unlimited Connections
  • Performance - 25 Connections
  • Starter - 12 Connections

Note that this limitation is on the number of connections you have - not the number of TINTs you have. We don't limit the number of TINTs you can create on an account.

Within the TINT Dashboard you can view the Feed Count for each TINT you’ve created:

If the TINT is turned on, then the feed count will be applied to the Active number you see at the top of the Dashboard:

If the TINT is turned off, then the feed count will be applied to the Inactive number:

Worth noting is that there is a maximum for not only Active connections, but also Inactive connections. If you’re having trouble toggling a TINT on or off take a look at these numbers to make sure that you’re not exceeding your maximums; you might need to remove some connections from your TINT(s) before proceeding.

Getting More Connections

If you ever need to get more connections you can upgrade to another plan by clicking "Upgrade Now!" on the top banner of the TINT Dashboard. If you have any questions regarding pricing or upgrading please feel free to contact our Happiness Team at sales@tintup.com for more information.

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