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Keyring Social Importers

Take back control of the content you are creating on other social websites.

Importers

Common Features

  • If you select to 'auto-import new content', all importers will check once per hour for new content
  • A custom field called 'keyring_service' will be stored against each imported item, containing the name of the service used to import the content (e.g. 'twitter', 'instagram')
  • Every attempt is made to download/store as much data as possible, and use it intelligently (e.g. tags)
  • Raw import data is stored in a custom field ('raw_import_data') as a json_encode()ed string

Delicious

  • Every bookmark from your Delicious account is imported as a post
  • All imported posts are marked with the 'link' Post Format
  • delicious_id and the href/link itself are saved as custom fields
  • Tags used on Delicious are used in WordPress

Flickr

  • Every photo in your Flickr account is downloaded (the actual, original image) and imported into your Media Library
  • For every photo, a Post is created and published, containing that one image (and it is attached within WordPress)
  • Posts are marked with the 'image' Post Format
  • Posts are created with the publish date matching the 'Taken' date of the photo. The modified date (of the Post) is set to the 'Upload' date from Flickr
  • There is no support/handling of Galleries, Sets or anything else in Flickr, just one Post per photo
  • Tags used on Flickr are used on WordPress
  • If available, geo data is downloaded and stored per the WordPress Geodata guidelines
  • flickr_id and the full URL to the photo page are stored as custom fields

Foursquare

  • Imports each check-in on Foursquare as a separate Post
  • Marks those Posts with the 'status' Post Format
  • foursquare_id plus geo lat/long are stored as separate custom fields, per the WordPress Geodata guidelines

Instagram

  • Each photo on your Instagram account is downloaded and imported into your Media Library
  • For every photo, a Post is created and published, containing that one image (and it is attached within WordPress)
  • Posts are marked with the 'image' Post Format
  • The name of the filter used is stored as instagram_filter, the URL to the photo page is stored as instagram_url

Instapaper

  • Requires a paid account (to access their API)
  • Imports your Archived links and creates a post for each of them (with post format of Link)
  • Uses the title from the document in Instapaper, if there is a description associated then it uses that as well

TripIt

  • Trips are imported, with flights mapped and posted as Status-format posts
  • Geo data is stored using something resembling the WordPress Geodata guidelines
  • Posts are tagged using airport codes and city names

Twitter

  • Every tweet will be downloaded as an individual Post
  • Posts are marked with the 'aside' Post Format
  • If available, geo data is downloaded and stored per the WordPress Geodata guidelines
  • Twitter_id and twitter_permalink are stored
  • If your tweet contains #hashtags, they are applied as tags within WordPress
  • "Entities" are expanded (URLs are not t.co, they are the real/final URLs)

Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-9-14
Downloads: 1,994

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