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The Bublup Content Assistant is an easy way to find new things to add to your folders. You can see the keywords that are currently being used to find suggestions, edit them, and add new ones to fine tune the suggestions you get. For even more focused results, you can adjust the importance given to individual keywords.

To open the content assistant in any folder, tap on the "up arrow" in the middle of the content assistant bar.


Take a look under the hood

Clicking on "get suggested keywords" will reveal the keywords currently in use based on what is saved in your folder. In a new folder, this will be empty.


Add keywords

To add new keywords to the list, click into the "add keywords" box and type anything. When you hit "Enter", your entry will be added to the list of keywords used to search for new, relevant content. You can add multiple words at a time. To add a complete phrase, enter it within quotation marks.

  

When you see a suggestion you like, you can save it by clicking on the “+” icon and choosing the folder where you want to save it. To save into the folder you are in, click on the “save to this folder” icon, or drag it into the folder directly. You can also add all of the suggestions at once by clicking on “save all results”.

  

Pro Tip:If you are starting with an empty folder, add a few keywords, hit enter, and then "save all" to populate your folder with some interesting content.

Edit keywords

Double click on a keyword to edit it, or hover over it to reveal an "x", allowing you to delete that keyword. You can also drag a word onto another word to turn it into a phrase.


Here is a video that puts it all together, changing a keyword to find new suggestions and then saving one to the folder:

Adjust keyword importance

The bubble next to each keyword or phrase represents its relative importance compared to the others. You can adjust this by clicking and dragging on each bubble. When you are done making adjustments, click on “apply” to see a new set of suggestions based on your weighting changes.


Clear all keywords

To start over, you can click the “Clear all keywords” button to remove all keywords from the Content Assistant. Your folder will still produce suggestions based on its content, and you can always see the current set of keywords being used by hitting the “get suggested keywords” button again.

To open the content assistant in any folder, tap on the “content assistant” tab at the bottom of your screen.

Take a look under the hood

Tap on “show keywords” to open the keywords panel. Then tap on "get suggested keywords" to reveal the keywords currently in use based on what is saved in your folder. In a new folder, this will be empty.

  

Add keywords

To add new keywords to the list, tap on the "+" icon and type anything. When you hit "Done", your entry will be added to the list of keywords used to search for new, relevant content. You can add multiple words at a time. To add a complete phrase, enter it within quotation marks.

  

When you see a suggestion you like, you can save it by tapping on the “+” icon and choosing the folder where you want to save it. To save into the folder you are in, tap on the “save to this folder” icon. You can also add all of the suggestions at once by clicking on “save all results”.

  

Pro Tip:If you are starting with an empty folder, add a few keywords, hit enter, and then "save all" to populate your folder with some interesting content.

Edit keywords

Tap on a keyword to edit it. Deleting the keyword will remove it from the list. You can also long-press on and drag a word onto another word to turn it into a phrase.

Adjust keyword importance

The bubble next to each keyword or phrase represents its relative importance compared to the others. You can adjust this by tapping on one and then dragging left/right on a bubble. When you are done making adjustments, tap on “apply” to see a new set of suggestions based on your weighting changes.

  

Clear all keywords

To start over, you can tap the “x” button to remove all keywords from the Content Assistant. Your folder will still produce suggestions based on its content, and you can always see the current set of keywords being used by opening the keyword panel and hitting the “get suggested keywords” button again.