You can now credit using Twitter!

Giving people the credit for work they did is important. We all know this. When using Clowdy, many of you commented that you often don’t know the e-mail of people you collaborate with. We’ve solved this: you can now credit using Twitter

To be able to credit using Twitter, make sure you complete the following steps

  1. Make sure your Clowdy account is connected to Twitter. You can do this here.
  2. Go to Manage Uploads, click the cog icon, select Edit Clowd on the upload that you want to credit people who collaborated.
  3. Under the Credits heading, Twitter results will appear when you enter someone’s name or Twitter handle. There will be a Twitter icon on the right hand side next to the person.
  4. Clowdy uses your Twitter account to send that user a Tweet, with a link to accept that credit.

If you have already connected your Clowdy account to Twitter before 08/09/2015 at 3pm (UTC), then you will need to disconnect and reconnect your Twitter in your account settings. Alternatively, if you sign in using Twitter, you will be asked to re-authenticate automatically.

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Joe Scarffe

Joe Scarffe

Joe is the Community and Marketing Manager and is currently finishing up a PhD in music at Birmingham Conservatoire and still hasn’t got over his addiction to coffee. He loves getting involved in crazy music projects and plays the bassoon, oboe, piano, recorder and guitar. He also makes lots of electronic music and loves collaborating. He sings too if you ask nicely and once shamefully sang as a backing singer for Will Young. When he’s not moaning about the state of the music industry or public transport in Manchester, he works with the Twine community and handles social media, the blog and partnerships with companies and institutions.

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Joe Scarffe

Joe Scarffe

Joe is the Community and Marketing Manager and is currently finishing up a PhD in music at Birmingham Conservatoire and still hasn’t got over his addiction to coffee.

He loves getting involved in crazy music projects and plays the bassoon, oboe, piano, recorder and guitar. He also makes lots of electronic music and loves collaborating. He sings too if you ask nicely and once shamefully sang as a backing singer for Will Young.

When he’s not moaning about the state of the music industry or public transport in Manchester, he works with the Twine community and handles social media, the blog and partnerships with companies and institutions.