The Honey feed is where all of the action happens. All the posts in Honey are displayed through three different feeds throughout the platform. Let's dive into how they operate.

To learn more about your Honey feeds. 

In this section, you'll see a complete list of the three type of feeds. 

  • Your Feed (home icon). This feed displays posts from all the groups you're a member of. It's the easiest way to keep up with a curated list of information that is important to you.
  •  Your Organization Feed (company logo). Your organization feed displays posts from all the groups in your organization, both from the groups you're a member of and from the groups that you are not.
  • Group Feed. If you'd like to drill down into the posts in a specific group, use the group feed. The group feed displays all of the posts in a specific group. To view a group feed, visit your groups page and click through to view a specific group.

To customize the content.

You can customize all of your Honey feeds to show the posts in the sort and display that works best for you. To customize your feeds... 

  1. Locate the Sort By dropdown menu in the top, right-hand header of your feed or the org feed.
  2. Click your preferred sort and layout option from the dropdown list. 
  3. The feed will automatically change and save.

To learn more about the sort and display options.

In the Sort By dropdown menu in each of your feeds, you'll see a number of sort and display options. Here's how they work...

  • Newest. Your feed will sort by publish date with the most recent on top. 
  • Popularity. Your feed will sort by most popular posts within your organization. Our popularity algorithm takes views, likes, and comments into account.  
  • Activity. Your feed will sort by posts that were last published, edited, or commented on with the most recent on top.
  • Compact display. Your feed will display with smaller text for each post. 
  • Normal display. Your feed will display with comfortably sized text and post details. 
  • Visual display. Your feed will display in an image-centric view with previews of images or documents on display. 

Understanding the read/unread indicators. 

When viewing the feed, some posts will have small blue dots in the left-hand margin and some will not. 

The blue dots indicate the posts that you have not read and the posts without indicate the posts that have been read. 

When you return to your feed the blue dots will disappear from your feed once you have read the post. 

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