What are Flipboard magazines?
Magazines are packages or collections of your content that you can create from your Flipboard Profile. Magazines can either be powered by RSS feeds or you can manually add content from anywhere on the web by using our Chrome extension or bookmarklet.
We suggest creating magazines for each of the major sections on your website and adding RSS feeds to these to create a constant flow of traffic. But magazines can be hand-curated as well, featuring seasonal stories, event coverage and industry editorial packages (this is great for adding archival content). For example, a publication that focuses on technology may create a magazine filled with coverage on wearables or venture capital.
Magazines can be promoted on your social media, in the footer of your articles and email newsletters, and featured by our editorial team if it’s a good fit. People do not have to have Flipboard to read your magazines, they are free and accessible from any Internet-connected device.
To manage your magazines, go to your Publisher Profile, hover over the magazine and select “Edit.” Here you can change the name, add a description, make the magazine private (so you can curate before you make it live), change the cover image, and add or remove RSS feeds.