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#Tip: Guide to using Spundge for live coverage

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Spundge has published a step-by-step guide on how to embed ‘notebooks’ – which are the places where users can collect content of interest – onto their publishing platforms, and effectively use it as a liveblog of coverage from events by adding content, such as tweets, to the notebook.

Also, here’s more on how journalists can use Spundge to search the web, keep track of areas of interest and collaborate with others on content production.

 

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#Tip: Interested in mobile reporting? Check out this resource of related reading

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In September last year a new platform called Spundge was launched to help journalists keep track content across the web, store away useful and interesting material into ‘notebooks’ and even publish directly to social and blog platforms.

This week one of the journalists behind it, Craig Silverman, tweeted a link to a mobile journalism notebook, created by Mick Côté, which gathers content from the web relating to the latest developments in this field – and would be a useful resource for those interested in mobile reporting.

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#Tip of the day for journalists: Eight ideas for using Spundge

Spundge, which launched less than three months ago as a platform to help improve the efficiency of journalists’ digital workflows and their ability to keep track of their beat and stories online, has been adopted by many journalists.

The Spundge blog has gathered examples of eight ways journalists are using Spundge Notebooks.

The post describes how journalists can use Spundge for breaking news, saving and tracking story ideas, and building on personal branding.

Trinity Mirror’s David Higgerson has also blogged about Spundge, and outlining 10 ways journalists can use it.

The post is at this link.

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