Documentation
Integrations
yourl://app currently supports Slack and Discord based integrations.
Configuring Slack
Prior to adding Slack, you will either need to be an administrator or request permission to install the yourl://app bot into your slack organization. From the Settings page, find the "Integrations" section and click the Add yourl to Slack button to begin the integration process. You will be transfered to Slack to choose which server you would like to install the yourl://app bot into.
Slack integration choose server
By clicking 'Allow' you will be able to complete the integration process, and begin inviting the bot into your various channels.
Configuring Discord
Prior to adding Discord, you will either need to be an administrator or request permission to install the yourl://app bot into your Discord community. From the Settings page, find the "Integrations" section and click the button to begin the integration process. You will be transfered to Discord to choose which server you would like to install the yourl://app bot into.
Discord integration choose server
By clicking 'Continue' you will be able to complete the integration process, and begin inviting the bot into your various channels.
By default yourl://app is configured to aggregate your links Midnight on Sunday (UTC). By selecting a timezone and Day/Hour you can configure when your links are aggregated. If you wish to recieve an email with a collection of links for each weekly time period, toggle the email setting to Enabled. Some links you may not want captured, whether it's your opposing news organization, or just internal links you don't want captured. By configuring a URL filter you can forcibly block us from capturing them during our integration message parsing phase. These filters are captured as regular expressions, in particular the RE2 version of Regular Expressions. If you want to block all links from a domain, add a string like: http.*example.com.*, or you can get more creative with your regular expressions once you feel comfortable using them.
yourl://app is configured supports tagging URLs by allowing you to configure text or URLs to match on. When the URL is processed, your tag searches will match against the URL and any data captured for that URL, such as title or description.
Discord integration choose server
To add a new tag, click on the 'Add New Tag' button from the settings page. Once created, you can fill out various properties of your tag such as its name, color, description and how to match it.
Configure tag
Be sure to click 'Save Tags' once you've completed configuration of your tags.
In the above example, we've created a videos tag and set it to match on youtube.com or youtu.be based links, as well as any vimeo URLs. Additionally, we set a text match for titles or descriptions of URLs that match video or trailer.

Once links begin collection for your integration(s), you'll see tags applied to them in the latest and weekly link pages.
An example link with video tag

Your links are immediately visible in the Latest Links view after processing, which could take a few seconds from when the link is originally recieved. You can change how the links are viewed, standard, text only and link only by clicking on the View icon icon.
An example link with video tag
By clicking the Check icon you can choose to hide or delete multiple links. By clicking the Hidden icon you can view or hide hidden links. Finally, you can click the Reload icon to reload the latest links. Each link has a Link Option Icon icon that can be used to hide or delete the specific link. Please note deleting links is a non-recoverable action. Overtime, links will be rolled up or aggregated into a weekly links group. Depending on your day and time settings, links that were link the "Latest Links" section will be moved over to the Weekly links section. You can find and select each individual weeks links from the drop down list.
An example link with video tag