To create pages, configure them, and choose the Tweets to publish, click Public Profile in the navigation bar.

The Public Profile module was created in order to offer your followers a more structured content (thanks to the pages) and more qualitative by allowing you to choose the Tweets to publish. The best way to have qualitative content is to select the Tweets manually, which requires a bit of work. Two features will help you in this selection:

  • The filter of the page is a filter associated with the page that allows you to preselect Tweets: for example, if a page is for publishing photos in your area, you can use the photos count filter to remove Tweets that do not have photos.
  • the publishing mode: by default, you must publish the Tweets manually. However if you know that most Tweets (passing the filter of the page) need to be published, it's easier to publish everything by default and then clean the page of unwanted Tweets. To do this, use the automatic publishing mode.

    We recommend that you use the automatic publishing mode only when all Tweets passing the page filter have to be published. If not, visitors who go to your page before you clean it will see Tweets that should not have been there.

Manage pages

Click Page in the sidebar to display the list of pages:

By default, there is only one page named “Home”, which is the default page of your profile (indicated by the symbol).

To add a page, click Add Page. The list now contains a new page:

The symbol indicates that the page is not configured.

To change the order of pages, move them using the handles .

Configuring a page

If you have just created a page, the application proposes you to configure it. If this is not the case, first select the page you want to configure from the list (see previous section), then click View in the sidebar and choose the Configuration view:

You can then enter the following:

  • Menu label: this is the text that appears in the list of pages in the side panel of the public profile.
  • Link: this is the address of the page. By default, the application provides an address based on the label, but you can also enter your own address.

    To resynchronize the link on the label, delete the link and click in the label entry box: the link follows the label again.

  • Title: this is the title that appears under the profile name when the page is selected. If you do not provide a title, the label of the page is used instead.
  • Publishing mode: there are two publishing modes:
    • Automatic: a Tweet that passes the filter of the page is automatically displayed. In order not to appear, it must be explicitly unpublished.
    • Manual: a Tweet that passes the filter of the page will only be displayed if it is explicitly published.
  • Default page: if checked, the profile will display this page if none is specified.

Click Filter of the page to set a Tweets preset filter. The page can only contain the Tweets that pass this filter.

See Filters for filter operation.

The filters that can be used here form part of the filters of the Tweets & Likes module. Refer to the filter documentation for this module for detailed information.

The tags filter differs from that of the Tweets & likes module on one point: it is not possible to specify a tag depending on the working account (because the public profile does not depend on a Twitter account). See Etiquettes for more information on tag types.

By clicking View in the sidebar, and then clicking Tweets, you will see the list of Tweets that pass the filter of the page.

The most recently added Tweets are displayed first.

The Tweets are displayed in much the same way as in the Tweets & likes module.

There is however an additional button in the action area:

To publish a Tweet, just click on this Publish button.

When a Tweet is published, a Unpublish button appears. Click it and your Tweet will no longer appear in your public profile.


To speed up the work, you can select a working mode by clicking Mode in the sidebar:

The publish mode displays only those Tweets that are not published.

The unpublish mode, on the other hand, displays only published Tweets.

To go even faster, you can use bulk actions (see next section) to publish or unpublish a set of Tweets.

This section describes the bulk actions available.

For more information on how bundled actions work, see Bulk actions.


Publishes the selected Tweets. Tweets already published remain published.

Remove from public page

Removes the selected Tweets from the public page. Unpublished Tweets remain unpublished.

Add a tag

This action adds a tag of your choice to all selected Tweets. Tweets that already have this tag are ignored.

Remove a tag

This action removes a tag of your choice from all selected Tweets. Tweets that do not have this tagv are ignored.