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How to Create Testimonial Website Filtering Rules

Before any testimonial makes its way to your website, we must first create filtering rules. Before any filtering can be applied, we must first connect Google and Facebook (at a minimum). This will populate our registered business locations and assign Yabber with the permissions that are necessary to periodically retrieve reviews.

Reviews from multiple sources and multiple business locations (in Google), and different Facebook pages, will selectively send to the websites you define. As many rules may be created as required, and all reviews will send as drafts (you will selectively publish based on quality and relevance).

When necessary social networks are connected, we may not set up filtering rules. Navigate to the 'Distribution' panel in the Testimonial module.

Testimonial Filtering

  Pictured: Testimonial filtering. Filtering is a combination of Testimonial source, website, featured image background, and social image (optional - this is the primary image associated with the image testimonial).

The filtering panel presentation will vary, but will usually take on the following format:

Testimonial Filtering

  Pictured: Filtering is a combination of Testimonial source, website, featured image background, and social image (optional - this is the primary image associated with the image testimonial).

  The Featured Image

The featured image is the image shown behind individual testimonials, and it'll usually be shown as a small banner in each testimonial card within the archive. If we've set this up for you, we would have used a blue for Facebook and red for Google. You will probably be more creative.

Testimonial Background, Google Red

  Pictured: An example of how the Google Red background is applied to Google testimonials - Facebook will typically use a blue background (or whatever you define). Note how the colour is applied to the top of the testimonial card shown in the Testimonial archive. This background is the featured image.

  Uploading Featured Images

You may upload the featured image via the 'Featured' panel within the Testimonials module. You may disable featured images from within the 'Review' panel (this simply removes it from menus). When the featured image is first required by your website it will send to your image library. The image is obviously only sent once.

Testimonial Featured Image Upload

  Pictured: You may upload the featured image via the 'Featured' panel within the Testimonials module. You may disable featured images from within the 'Review' panel.

The image must be at least 750px and 1400px in height and width. If the image is too small or large you'll get a notification as such when you try and save it.

  Uploading Social Images

Social images uploaded and then defined in the Filtering panel are used as your primary social media background. We will always publish multiple images and send them to Vista, although the defined background is usually the one you'll use. The purpose of assigning a primary social background is that you may have multiple brands, so each brand will require a new style of testimonial background.

The methods of creating testimonial social backgrounds is published in an FAQ titled "How to Automate Testimonial Images to the Vista Calendar". This image may be assigned and altered at any time.

  Next Steps

When rules are first added, Yabber will make an attempt at that time to retrieve reviews, and they will be published to each website as a draft based on your filtering rules. You may then publish testimonials and assign them to lists.

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  Related Testimonial FAQs

Related FAQs and features relating to the Testimonial Module.

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