I have an article that was put on the "Letterpile" niche site. It has the button to add it Flipboard like the main HP site and the other niche sites but when I try to add it to one of my magazines it says, "Can't add the website". Is this a glitch or can we not link certain niche sites to Flipboard?
Not yet. Where is their address link? Thanks for the reply.
Before mailing HP team, have you even set up an account at Flipboard? If you have not, you need to set up an account before you can flip your own hub.
Google Flipboard, open the site, set up an account, and start at least one magazine where you want to flip your hub.
For more information on how to use the site, read Glenn Stok´s hub about Flipboard.
I just went to that hub to make sure I could share it. No problems.
I don't know whether it's a related bug, but I can't flip a recently moved article on DenGarden using the flip button on a Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet.
Edit: The problem only seems to manifest itself in "portrait" mode. When tapped, a highlighted dashed rectangle outline appears superimposed over the flip button, as if text under the white background of the share buttons is being highlighted.
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