Category Archives: MyCurator

MyCurator Version 2.2

 

Version 2.2 of MyCurator Content Curation software ensures comparability with WordPress version 4.2.  In addition the embed of YouTube videos has been updated to allow for more success.  This fix helps with changes made by Google in the YouTube url naming.  Some other updates include more changes to picture capture for reliability and for paid subscribers,  a new Get It tab to Publish directly to you site while specifying Categories rather than relying on Topic/Categoty identification.

MyCurator Version 2.1.4

The new version of the MyCurator content curation software for WordPress adds some key new features.  As I’m sure you’ve noticed, articles are getting published in multiple places all around the web.  We’ve added a new filter to remove articles with duplicate titles within the same Topic.  This will catch duplicates that show up on different websites or with slightly different URL’s but are really the same article.  The new option is in the Curation tab and is named “Remove Duplicate Titles Within Same Topic”.  The option should be checked after the update is installed, but you can clear it if you feel you may be missing some content that happens to have the same title.

In rare cases, the memory requirement to check titles across all training posts may cause the background process to stop.  This should only happen if you have 1000’s of Training Posts and your host only allocates a small amount of memory to your site.  You can clear this option if this is the case.

The second major addition to this release is the ability to add a start and end date to your Topics.  If you have a business or pro plan, you can now add Topics and schedule when they will be active.  This allows you to selectively generate content for specific categories.  Other minor fixes include removing the old featured image from your media library when you use the click-copy feature to add a new featured image, as well as some cleanup of PHP warnings that have caused some problems for clients that run their site with debug on.

New MyCurator Cloud Process

 

We have updated the cloud process to work more efficiently and to handle more requests from clients.  The new version will only work with MyCurator version 2.0 or newer.  If you are still using an older version of MyCurator, then you will need to upgrade your plugin to access the cloud services.  No changes need to be made to your API Key or any other account information.

 

MyCurator Update for WordPress 3.9

MyCurator has been updated to Version 2.1.3 for compatibility with WordPress 3.9.  The only change was to make some formatting changes to the Image Pop up when you click on an image within the Saved Page meta box while editing a Draft or Published post.  If you encounter any other issues with WordPress 3.9 and MyCurator, please contact us.

MyCurator Version 2.1.2

The new version of MyCurator content curation software for WordPress adds the ability to place the attribution link to the original article to the top of the post rather than the default of the bottom of the post.  You can set this option in the Curation tab of the Options page.

The other elements of this release are focused on fixing recurring problems with the Training tags disappearing from the Trianing Posts entries. Continue reading MyCurator Version 2.1.2

MyCurator Content Curation Software for WordPress

MyCurator is powerful corporate level software brought to you as a plugin. It uses a cloud process to perform intensive AI processing and article classification. This allows MyCurator to maintain a low processing overhead on your site.  The software works tirelessly in the background delivering a pipeline of interesting, usable content to you throughout the day. Continue reading MyCurator Content Curation Software for WordPress

MyCurator version 1.3.4 Works with new Twitter API

The new update to version 1.3.4 of MyCurator will restore the capability to capture content from Twitter.

Twitter has moved to a new form of access to their content.  All access must come from a Twitter user, and must come through a Twitter App if you are not logged in to their site.  To use MyCurator to search Twitter for content, you must set up a Twitter App.  Once you have created a Twitter App, you just copy a couple of keys to the Twitter Tab in the MyCurator Options menu.  The Twitter API documentation walks you through this process, with screenshots for reference. Continue reading MyCurator version 1.3.4 Works with new Twitter API