Bridge (en)Bridge Community Guide CommunicationHow do I manage my activity stream in the Bridge Community?

How do I manage my activity stream in the Bridge Community?

The activity stream shows the connection streams, including custom streams, and other trending content within the Bridge Community. It also includes the content you are following in the community.

Open Activity Stream

Open Activity Stream

Type https://community.bridgeapp.com/news in your browser.

View Streams

You will see a list of your connections streams, top and trending activity, and most recent activity.

By default, all content you follow in the community will be part of the Following stream. However, you can create up to 10 of your own streams. Each stream can be customized with its own notification options.

Create New Stream

Click the Add button to create a New Stream link.

Add Stream Details

  • Name your stream [1]: Perhaps you want to follow any person, place, or tag around quizzes and assessments. Or, you want to filter all content, people, and places related to managers.
  • Filter by people, place or tags that you want to add [2]: Maybe you just want to filter by a list of people, places, or tags.
  • Search for people, place or tags that you want to add [3]: You can also search by key word, such as Release Notes or surveys. Any person, place, or content associated with that word will show up in the search.
  • Add people, places, tags into your stream [4]: Click the Add button to include them in your stream.

Delete Stream

If you want to delete any custom stream, click the stream you want to delete [1], and click the remove icon [2].

Note: You cannot delete the Following stream.

Add New Content to a Custom Stream

Add New Content to a Custom Stream

Your custom streams list will always appears as an option in your list of streams when you want to follow people, places, or content in the community. Feel free to add new things from within the community. Follow buttons may appear differently depending on whether you're following a place or content.