Complete Video Guide to Triberr

triberr-man 600px  The Incredible Triberr-Man, by the marvelous John Garrett

Let’s start out by admitting that Triberr is a very weird and unique social network. It takes people few days to get used to it, but I think after you watch this video you get that time down to an hour.

To help you get there, Petra Fisher and I sit down for an hour long screencast on how to use Triberr.

Petra is new to Triberr. She is really smart, has strong background in technology (she is a renowned LinkedIn trainer in Holland), and after this session, I consider her an expert on Triberr as well :-)

I would love nothing more than for you to watch the entire video, but since it’s is quite long (over an hour), the lovely and talented Jelena Woehr, was kind enough to provide us with a timelined breakdown of the entire video for easy navigation.


  • Petra explains why we’re here: 0:24
  • What to do when you first join Triberr: 1:0
  • The importance of using your primary email: 1:25
  • Why you should fill out your Bio: 2:25
  • Configuring your RSS feeds: 3:45
  • Assigning RSS feed to tribe: 5:15
  • Filtering tribal stream: 6:40
  • Configuring blog settings: 7:30
  • Adding social media accounts: 7:55
  • Disabling or enabling reblogging: 9:54
  • Maximum frequency of sharing tribemates’ posts: 10:54
  • About the tribal stream: 12:10
  • Turning on auto-sharing: 12:45
  • Sharing only on some platforms: 14:18
  • Editing title for a shared post: 17:48
  • Using upvotes: 21:00
  • Triberr plug-in effect on appearance of post in tribal streams: 21:37
  • Triberr comments showing on blog: 25:00
  • Using reblog to create guest posts: 26:58
  • How to get banned from Triberr for abusing reblog: 28:12
  • Triberr’s effect on blog traffic – Petra’s testimonial: 30:00
  • How to mute a tribe member whose content you don’t like: 31:24
  • Importance of respecting your audience by choosing tribemates carefully: 36:15
  • Approved posts: 37:43
  • Sent posts: 38:00
  • Twitter’s 24-hour rule and repeating shares: 39:00
  • Why reblog notifications and statistics aren’t working yet: 39:40
  • Sharing statistics: 43:15
  • Statistics on your shared posts: 44:45
  • Google analytics: 46:50
  • How to interact using bonfires: 48:00
  • Prime membership benefits and when you may want to upgrade: 49:14
  • Atomic tribes: 51:00
  • Atomic tribe tribal council: 56:15
  • Tribe settings for atomic tribes: 57:40
  • VIP hosting for prime members: 59:47
  • Tribes menu, categories, and browse all tribes: 1:00:52
  • Follow tribe: 1:02:37
  • Turning a follower into a member: 1:04:36
  • Create new tribe: 1:05:23
  • View all tribes and interact with tribal councils: 1:06:34
  • Tribemates options: 1:07:17
  • Manage invites and choosing which tribes to join: 1:08:13
  • Reblogged posts not re-imported into Triberr, and differences for atomic tribes: 1:12:00
  • Search function: 1:13:04
  • Looking for tribes: 1:13:39
  • Official Triberr blog: 1:14:17
  • Goodbye: 1:15:17

Enjoy :-)

Link to video.

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Dino Dogan

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  • Rotem Cohen

    I don’t see the “reblog” button anywhere.

    • Dino Dogan

      Thank you for looking, Rotem. It really means a lot to me that you’ve taken the time to consider it and look for it.

      I may have not stressed this enough in the video, but both parties must have Triberr plugin installed for the Reblog to be available.

      You will know if someone has the reblog button because their posts will look fancier in your tribal stream (they’ll have a picture).

      We’ll have a reblog tab soon, that will provide all the info you need, but for now, thats how it works :-)

  • Jos Essers

    very useful! At least I have an idea of what I can do with Triberr.So Petra, Let ‘s get the Dutch know about this!

    • Petra Fisher

      Working on it Jos. I’m approaching a few people as we speak. As soon as I have a small Dutch language happening and a couple of reblogs done I will start promoting Triberr in The Netherlands. Now if (in future) you will leave your comment in the comment box at the top, it is part of the comments that carry across when reblogging. How cool is that!

  • dexterroona

    Nice article Dino, im still relatively new to Triberr but see huge potential, what is your role within the site, i see your a founder, in your bio, are you the owner, one of the owners?

    Regards Dexter Roona