From Twitter to "rapport"


#1

Hi,
new to Crowdmap, I can not convert a tweet as a report but only as a message.
Yet it is a geotagged tweet and I created an action as below :


Geotagged Twitter Messages location: anywhere
keyword: “laisse2mer”
Create Report report_title: (tweet)
add_category: 4,10,12,19,8,3,2,21,11,9,14,7,6,15,17,16,20
verify: 0
approve: 1
Now active

Could you tell me where is my mistake ?
Thanks in advance.
Fulup

ps : I can find my tweet into /messages/twitter/


#2

You’ll need to make sure your scheduler is running. If you’re the only person on your deployment and you aren’t visiting the homepage, chances are it hasn’t polled Twitter yet. You can visit http://YOURDEPLOYMENT/scheduler/s_twitter to force it to run. It will return a blank white page.


#3

Thank’s a lot for your return, BrianHerbert !
( I keeps in memory the link "http://YOURDEPLOYMENT/scheduler/s_twitter to forces it to run for my tests :slight_smile:

But maybe I do not understand the principle of this tool because …

1 / tweets are well received in / messages / Twitter ; no problem here.

2 / but they do not automatically switch as “Reports”
Why? Is this normal?
a) the tweet is geotagged
b) I have created an action / manage / shares as described below :
------- Geotagged Twitter Messages location: anywhere
Create Report report_title (tweet) add_category:
4,10,12,19,8,3,2,21,11,9,14,7,6,15,17,16,20 verify: 0 approve: 1
---------

hoping to speak clearly enough to be understood :wink:

Regards


#4

Okay, I understand now that Twitter messages are being pulled into the deployment but they aren’t being automatically turned into report via the actions functionality. What is the URL for your deployment so I can take a closer look?


#5

Hi Brian​Herbert,

and thank’s again :slight_smile:

What is the URL for your deployment so I can take a closer look?

my tests are here : https://echouage.crowdmap.com/

Regards


#6

Ah, I think I know what the problem may be. The “actions” functionality for Twitter will only convert a tweet into a report if it has location information attached to it. Try a test tweet with an attached location (hit the little arrow when writing the tweet from your mobile device).


#7

Hi the list,
Hi BrianHerbert ,

Try a test tweet with an attached location

Precisely, I have taken care to enable location :
If you look at this tweet you could see my location (from “Argol, Finistère” )

(and this place was suggested to me by Twitter, according to my "IP address doubtless ; so it should not be a problem ?)


#8

After a few days of use I answer my own question …

finally perhaps the necessity of manual intervention is deliberate from the authors of this software …
because without filter(s) tweets info@twitter.c are quickly a problem (and to mention only this disturbance) … ?


#9

think I know what the problem may be.

http://imgupp.com/img/1432572575.jpg