First of all, you need to have the installed Channels app. There you need to choose the user who will be the default author for the channels. After these actions, you can create the channels with the using the simple #hashtags with the channel name like #una_dolphin .
PS Don't use the rude words and their obvious replacement please.
Howdy people. #Channels is a collection of #hashtags. The default order that those items are displayed in is "New Top Top Level Search"
This means the most recent hashtags will be displayed. What I'd like to do is show the Top items first. Is there a way to change this so that Channels shows Top by default? This way I can find out which hashtags aren't worth keeping.
I'm hoping I can make it: "Top New Top Level Search"
I'd like to allow a #hashtag to be owned by or attributed to the person that first used it on my site. By default in Studio -> Channels, "Default author for automatically created channels" was not set. In that configuration, I had to manually create channels/hashtags to show in page/channels-home. Today I set up an Organization so that I could populate the "Default author for automatically created channels" with that Org's name in hopes that that would get the system to start collecting automatically hashtags and adding them to page/channels-home. Is that the correct way to get the system to automatically collect hashtags when people use new ones? Will those new hashtags be attributed to the authors of those new hashtags?
Thanks in advance for any info on this mechanism!
I have a set of tests that show that #channels / #hashtags work (at least after) assigning a "Default author for automatically created channels," but maybe even before that (untested). The takeaway is: if you're busy manually creating #channels / #hashtags, then it is possible you are assuming they are not being added to the #channels page automatically; and also it might be required that you create an #Org (alternative account) and then assign it as "default author" in the #channels app. God only knows how it really works because there's really no solid #documentation for most of this, but I suggest creating a second catch-all account (an Org), and then assign it as "Default author for automatically created channels" in the #channels app. After that, creating NEW#hashtags should show up automatically on the #channels page.
I read all posts till now about the subject and supporting SEO friendly urls and /username concept a lot cause my web sites structure is based on individual doctors` real identities and medical terminology as keywords.
For dating sites -which were the majority of the ecosystem in dolphin days- may be it was not preferred to have real identities and user created keywords open to the search engines. But for many other establishments it is needed to be SEO friendly to integrate our sites to internet with the most effective way.
Many CMS are already using these technics for the articles, blogs... Besides in UNA -if I am not wrong-
there is no way to mention meta keywords in posts, I hope #hashtags are used for this??
plus we don't have SEO friendly URLs
And yes it seems like we can put some little redirection code + htaccesses rewrite to redirect to /username pages, but what about the module links in user profile? They will continue to have the old type of URLs. İt seems like a holistic approach in UNA is needed for SEO friendly URLS.
As everybody knows having short URLS and SEO friendly URLs are different things for different needs.
Look at my blog at blogspot.com it has my name, date, and blog title in the URL. https://kutalmiscembagdatli.blogspot.com/2016/04/about-love-ask-hakknda.html
A product page from Aliexpress with all the needed keywords included: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Car-Auto-Parktronic-LED-Parking-Sensor-With-4-Sensors-Reverse-Backup-Car-Parking-Radar-Monitor-Detector/32566202021.html?spm=a2g01.11213196.layer-iabdzn.3.3a052dc2sHrUEU&gps-id=5274652&scm=1007.13761.119623.0&scm_id=1007.13761.119623.0&scm-url=1007.13761.119623.0&pvid=375838f7-a79f-4e40-bb53-62cc3573b474
Another from amazon https://www.amazon.com/ALDO-Mens-Eloie-Oxford-Suede/dp/B071JWBGGK/ref=lp_18637582011_1_1?srs=18637582011&ie=UTF8&qid=1550170697&sr=8-1
And look at google itself: https://blog.google/products/pixel/roses-are-red-violets-are-blue-six-pixel-camera-tips-just-you/#_ga=2.139549232.2077519706.1550220874-1425552379.1550220874
ok for short URLS and additionally why not to have such URLs and keywords, what is the reason?