FlipTip: Create Custom Sections About Your Favorite Topics!

Do you have feeds you love or categories you want to add to your Flipboard? Select the “Add a Section” tile in your Table of Contents. Then, in the search bar, type in your favorite Twitter account, like @hizfuld or Ashton Kutcher, or a topic you care about, like NBA. Then Flipboard creates a new section just for you. It’s your magazine, create your own custom sections!

Create a section on your favorite topic or person.

7 Responses to FlipTip: Create Custom Sections About Your Favorite Topics!

  1. c says:

    How do I add a particular feed to a section? I have the name of a blog. How do I add it?

    • Inside Flipboard says:

      You can use the Google Reader service to access RSS feed for the blog. You can also use the Search feature to find any RSS feed by name, website URL, or RSS link.

      For more information and to post more questions, please visit our support page here: http://getsatisfaction.com/flipboard

      Thanks!
      ~ JV

  2. Curtis H says:

    Can this be done on iPhone as well?

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