If you want to look for relevant content to curate to your blog or social media channels, you can use our Research Content module. But if you also want to look for content only from specific sources, we recommend using our Content Suggestions module. Here are the steps to configure it for that use case:
1. Go to Advanced Configuration
Once you're on Content Suggestions, click on Advanced Configuration at the top of your screen:
2. Manually add your sources
Here, you can manually add your own sources: RSS feeds from blogs or publishers you like, but also sources from social networks or content platforms or even import your own OPML file (a standard for organizing RSS feeds that most RSS readers support).
3. Decide if you want to filter by keywords
Maybe you're not interested in all the content distributed by the sources you added. If that's the case, you have the possibility to filter your sources by keywords.
If you don't want to filter by keywords, you can click on "Configure advanced filters here" and then select "Ignore keywords for manual sources and select all content' and hit "Save".
4. Turn off our Suggestion Engine
The last step you have to take is to turn off Scoop.it's Smart Suggestion Engine.
Now you can only see content from the sources you selected!
Note that you can easily see and manage all your different sources from the same screen: