Cronycle Content


Cronycle empowers individuals and teams to grow knowledge, expertise and authority. You can easily discover, curate, share & act on knowledge – all in one workspace.

More information about Cronycle here.

The Cronycle Content plugin enables you to easily publish collected content onto your blog and/or create news feeds on web pages. Both options use the content you curate on your Cronycle boards.

Curated content includes articles, videos, Twitter conversations, tweets, notes and Story Arcs (grouped content), with or without your summary and tags. The same content from your Cronycle boards can also be published via other methods such as social media, RSS, Newsletters, Zapier, and more.

To use our free plugin, you need a Cronycle account, with an Essentials, Pro or Enterprise plan. Create an account here.

To know more about our plugin, check our detailed tutorial here or request a demo here.


Use the chat from the Cronycle web application to get some help.


  • Content available from board(s)
  • Draft created from board content
  • Post published
  • Quick edit for board content
  • Category & tag preferences
  • News banner shortcode per board
  • Adding news banner shortcode to page
  • News banner on page
  • News banner on page - responsive view


-Download, install, and activate Cronycle WordPress plugin.
-Login to your Cronycle account. Create board.
-Turn on WordPress publishing through Publish options near top of your selected board.
-Follow the steps to link your Cronycle account to your wordpress using unique activation code, set up filters and confirm.
-Pin content to your board (and editor approve it if you chose that filter).

Now, go to the WordPress plugin – you can publish content from your Cronycle boards onto your website, as draft posts and/or in a news banner.

-You can find Cronycle board content as draft post under ‘Cronycle Content’ menu option in admin dashboard. From there, you can edit and/or publish any type of board content as a WordPress post.
-To add Cronycle board content as a banner, use the shortcode generation option under ‘Settings > Cronycle Content > Banner’ or menu options in Classic Editor block that will create shortcode to generate banner on your page/post.
-For more detailed installation and usage, read the tutorial.


Can I use this plugin with a free Cronycle account?

No, you need an Essentials, Pro or Enterprise plan to enable publishing to WordPress from your board

How do I select the content that appears in the newsfeed?

In Cronycle, go to board publishing settings, switch on WordPress and follow the instructions. This will allow you to, install, connect and set up. Once setup is completed, any content matching your filters will be quickly added to your newsfeed on your website or to the available content in the Cronycle Content section in WordPress. Read the detailed tutorial here:

In what ways I can use Cronycle Board content in this plugin?

The plugin lets you add any board as a newsfeed banner or publish any type of board content as a post. Get in touch with us if you are interested for more feature or detail.


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Contributors and Developers

“Cronycle Content” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Change Log


  • Add images as featured image to post instead of adding in content
  • Two minor bug fixes as well


  • Removed Delete Permanent option from hidden posts


  • Duplicacy issue of post when adding to draft and publishing from quick edit on posts page


  • Banner image centered


  • Tweets and notes added in draft post feature
  • Added link to open post added to drafts


  • Performance fix


  • Cronycle content preview fix in draft post
  • Added source name and publisher info in draft posts


  • A fix in banner functionality performance and design


  • Add status feature
  • Improved quick edit features
  • Added Cronycle logo icon in admin menu
  • Minor update in story arc content
  • Few minor bug fixes


  • Few performance fixes


  • Improved performance of newsfeed banner functionality


  • Added support for Gutenberg editor

  • Minor bug fix in banner shortcode embed functionality

  • Updated tutorial page links


  • Added edit row action link in draft post in Cronycle content.
  • Small improvement in post content.
  • Fixed small bug arising while fetching data.


  • Internal modifications in content fetching from Cronycle boards and reduction in remote API calls
  • Performance improvement and more consistency between Cronycle board and Cronycle content in WordPress


  • Added support to fetch summaries in normal articles
  • Fixed bug in resetting Cronycle content when token is revoked from Cronycle webapp side
  • Added tutorial links
  • Added option to trash Cronycle content


  • Few design modifications on settings page
  • Fixed few minor bugs on edit page


  • Added feature to fetch Cronycle board content as draft posts in WordPress

  • Minor fixes in previous version


  • Added shortcode generator to generate shortcode for banner which can be easily used with Gutenberg editor’s shortcode block
  • Few design changes on the settings page
  • Added Settings action link on plugins page


  • Added fix for issue with previous plugin update while saving token


  • Few styling changes related in the page/post editor modal
  • Design change of settings page and addition of option for unlinking Cronycle account
  • Added check and relevant prompts on click of Cronycle content button to handle case when no token found and when no board is in published for WordPress
  • Addition of code to handle conversations in story arcs
  • Fixed null/undefined values issue in generated shortcode
  • Fixed compatibility with Visual Composer plugin
  • Few other code optimizations


  • Initial plugin commit