Managing Narratives

In Junkipedia, a narrative is a false or misleading story first noticed in one tip and tracked across multiple tips and issues as the story spreads through social media. See Tip-Issue-Narrative Pipeline for an explanation of the relationship between tips, issues, and narratives.

Go To Narratives List Page

Go to the Narratives list page to view narratives that are currently being tracked. In the normal desktop layout, you will see the "Narratives" tab at the top of the page.

If you are working with a narrow browser window, use the "Jump To:" pulldown menu to select "Narratives".

You can search narratives by entering a keyword in the search box at the top of the "Narratives" page. You can sort by newest first, highest engagement first, or most recently updated. You can also filter by platform.

Go To Narratives Detail Page

From the narratives list page, click on the title of a narrative to see that narrative in a detailed view or click on the "Edit" button to the right of the title to jump straight into editing. Note that the narrative details page includes automatically generated statistics not shown in the narrative editing page.

Below is a sample from the narrative details page. Note an "Edit Narrative" button in the upper right to get to the editing page.

Narrative Editing Page

Whether clicking a narrative edit button from the narratives list or from the narrative detail page, you will be taken to the following page for editing the selected narrative.

Working With Narratives

Learn more about narratives with the following articles:

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