Find out what is in a Collection and how they are created and managed.
Each Catalog contains multiple Collections. Open the Collections node in the Outline to see your collections.
Within the Collections, there are up to three Collections that are created automatically as the result of searches:
Contains terms used in Tweets. These are either automatically discovered following a search, or collected by the user with the Collect Tweet Terms action.
In Butterflyzer, what you see in the other views is controlled by what you select in the Outline.
To select an item:
Perform a Search on the term "Apple".
Open the "Collections" entry in the Outline is it is not already open.
Wait for the "Auto-Tags" entry to appear and then open it. (Butterflyzer will be updating this information constantly as the search progresses.)
Navigate to the "Person" Semantic Type and click on a Person, such as "Steve Wozniak".
Now, all articles within the search for "Apple" that mention "Steve Wozniak" will be in the results menu.
The graph updates with the terms associated with the term "Apple". All of the related terms fit together into a search box.
To select multiple items:
To show pages that match all Focus Items:
To return to the default match any behavior:
Click on the Or Menu Item.
Now the results will again include those articles that include both "Steve Wozniak" and "John Sculley".
To create a new Tag:
Hover over a Collection. In the
In the Dialog that follows, give the Term a name.
To move items to a Tag:
Show the Table View if it is not already showing.
Create a Tag (see above). Perhaps you might want to call it something like "Product Reviews".
Click on an existing Tag in the Outline. For example, you could click on "Apple" from a previous search.
Select articles in the Table View and drag them to the newly created Term.