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.
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 - Hashtag // Username // Likes // List // Advanced (Queries)
Instagram - Hashtag // Account // Location // Geotag
Facebook - Profile // Page // Visitor Posts // Group
YouTube - Username // Playlist
Public Posting (click here for more information)
Text Message (click here for more information)
LinkedIn - Profile // Company
User Reviews (click here for more information)
Tumblr - Username // Hashtag
Google+ - Profile // Hashtag
Flickr - Username // Tag
Google News - Search Term // Location // Topic
Wechat (微信, Wēixìn) (click here for more information)
Slack (click here for more information)
Spark (click here for more information)
Whenever you add a connection to your TINT it will count towards the total amount of connections allowed on your current plan level.=
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 Connection 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. You can also see the total number of connections allowed for your plan type:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.