Why are my Floosts articles grey? 

    You may not know this but if a floost is grey it means you saw it already. And you know also if you don’t want to see a particular floost, you can click on the little cross in the top right corner of the floost and it will go away read more…

    Have you got your Social On?

    on May 22

    We don’t mean that in the “Have you gotcha groove on?” sense. Look up, is the button marked “Social On” got a green or a red light by it? If it’s green you are sharing your floosts with your Facebook friends. If it’s white you aren’t. You’re not? Why you read more…

    How do I Delete/Deactivate my Account

    on May 22

    To deactivate your account on Floost you will need to send us a confirmation email (regarding deletion of account) from the email id that you used to register on Floost at support@floost.com. Your account will be deactivated within five to seven working days of us receiving your email.

    Can I make a Post Private? 

    Got an unedited content that you want to edit further but don’t have time right now? A half written post that you want to continue writing for next few days before publishing? A link that you want to save but publish in future? Now you don’t need to worry about losing the data read more…

    What is 'Floost It' Button? 

    “Floost it” button lets you grab content with images from any website and add it to your Floost Page. When you post from a website, we automatically grab the source link so we can credit the original creatorYou can find ‘Floost It’ button here: http://floost.com/bookmarklet/ Adding this button is a very read more…

    How to import my old blogs on Floost? 

    You can import all your content from your blogs with just a click – there is no need for copy-paste – just use the ‘Import’ button.  Here is how: Step 1: To import your blog, scroll over your name (in the top right corner) and select ‘Import Blog’. You can read more…

    Post via RSS

    on Nov 17, 2012

    RSS Rich Site Summary is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format. An RSS document (which is called a “feed”, “web feed”, or “channel”) includes full or summarized text, plus metadata such as publishing dates and authorship. Source – Wikipedia Floost makes use of read more…

    What is limited access?

    on Nov 17, 2012

    If you do not successfully confirm your email address or upload your photograph, you will have limited access to certain features on Floost. They include the following: 1. Your profile will not be featured in ‘Suggested Users’ list of other users 2. Your posts will not be suggested/highlighted among other read more…

    How to hide an unwanted article from your stream? 

    Don’t want to see certain articles on your page? Especially every time you refresh your page? You can hide posts by clicking on the ‘X’ button on the top right corner of the article. They will not appear again.

    All FAQ's on Board: Create/Delete/Post/Move

    on Aug 8, 2012

      Q) What is a board? A board is the place where you can manage post according to your interest. Do you like tattoos? Baking? Or, perhaps news and current affairs? You can create multiple boards according to your interests and get news and articles from top sources on the read more…

    All FAQ's for Posting

    on May 29, 2011

    Q. What can I Post on Floost.com? You can post anything i.e. text, photos, videos, audios, Web URL’s. You can also attach any kind of file to an email and we will post it along with the text of email. Q) How to save an article? Got an unedited content that read more…

    What is Auto post and how does it work? 

    Auto Post, as the name suggests, helps to automatically update the other social media you use with the posts you share on Floost.com. Auto Post saves you the time and effort of copying and pasting the link URL from your Floost account to your Twitter or Facebook account. To get read more…

    What is Repost? 

    Do you like a particular post or image? You can post the same content to your Floost page by clicking on the ‘Repost’ button. Voila, all done!

    How do interests work? 

    When you specify your interests, Floost starts suggesting relevant content to you.  You can add/edit your interests in the ‘User Settings’ page to change them whenever you like.      Keep Posting ! The Floost Team  

    How to post via email on your Floost page? 

    You can post on Floost from anywhere, without even logging into your Floost account! Just forward it to post@floost.com from your registered email ID and we will do the rest for you. This is a really simple way to post and it can be done through your mobile phone also. read more…

    How can I share my articles on Floost to my Facebook and Twitter accou… 

     You can share everything you post on Floost to your Twitter and Facebook accounts. All you need to do is click on ‘Auto Post’ in ‘Privacy’ Tab of your ‘Account Setting’. Auto Post, as the name suggests, helps to automatically update your posts on Floost to your other social media read more…

    All FAQ's for Profile Enhancement

    on Aug 8, 2012

    Q) How can I change my name? Floost automatically generates your display name from your Facebook/Twitter account (the one that you used to register on Floost). You can change your name by changing it on the respective account. For example, if you have logged in through Facebook or Twitter, you read more…

    About US

    on May 28, 2011

    What is Floost? Floost is the easiest way to explore and follow your interests. It’s really as simple as signing up, and organising your interests with just a few clicks.  Now you can keep up with the most interesting things that are happening around topics you are passionate about, which read more…