Juicer uses some terms differently than other social aggregators. Please read our glossary, so you'll understand our plans and our help documentation. 

Feed (also called "embeddable feed"): The grid of social posts that appears on your website. Other companies sometimes call this a "board" or "wall". You can display the same feed on as many webpages as you like. Some Juicer plans will allow you to build multiple feeds. On those plans, you build each feed separately within Juicer, and manage the posts separately. 

Source: A single social media account (like @YourUsername on Twitter) or a single hashtag from one social network (like #YourHashtag on Instagram) that is displayed within your Juicer feed. 

Dashboard: The page within your Juicer account where you manage everything about a Juicer feed, including its sources, moderation/filtering, and parts of its design. 

Embed code: The code that you copy from your Juicer dashboard (or from your welcome email) and paste into your webpage code, in order to make the Juicer feed appear on your website. Every Juicer feed has a unique embed code. 

Update frequency: How frequently your Juicer feed will "pull in" the latest posts from your sources. This frequency depends on your plan level. The "Medium" plan, for example, will obtain new posts for your sources once per hour. 

API: This stands for "Application Programming Interface". When Juicer obtains social posts from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, etc., we are working with their respective APIs. Each API is different, and has different features and restrictions. 

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