Please note that we have changed the menu structure.To simplify navigation, your elopage account is now structured slightly differently. But the functions remain the same. We will adjust the help section and renew the screenshots. If you have any questions, our support will be happy to help.
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Opening & searching the community feed

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tipp.png Are you a member of one or more communities and want to know how to view and filter the various community feeds? Then we will show you how to do that in this help article.


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If you want to view the community feed, you must first register as a member of the community. You can find more information and instructions here: Becoming a member of the community in the online course


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Opening community feeds

Filtering community feeds


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Opening community feeds

You can see all the posts from the different communities you are a member of at a glance. To do this, click:

  • in the main menu of your customer accounts on the "Communities" tab.

In this area you can filter the posts according to the following criteria:

  • Seller
  • Community
  • Online course

If you click on a post in this area, you will go directly to the community feed of the respective community in which this post was published.

Filtering the community feed

Once in the community feed, you can filter the posts based on the following criteria:

  • Latest post
  • Oldest post
  • Most popular post
  • Post most commented on
  • Themes (only if themes are preset.)


You also have the option to see a list of all members of the community. In this list you can also see all the posts by a specific member, e.g. the seller. To do this, click:

  • on the button with the "group icon" in the upper right corner of the feed.

Now you can see the list of all members of this community and how many posts each member has posted. This allows you to also see all the posts by a specific member:

  • Click on the "View" button for the desired member.




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