In this article, we explain how hashtags work, and how you can create your own following our best practices.
Each getquin hashtag works like its own virtual room.
Just click on it and you'll be taken to a personalized version of your feed.
Here, users post about the selected topic – making it easier for you to participate in discussions and explore our app distraction-free.
Here's how it works:
Check out our list of hashtags and find a topic you like:
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Search for the hashtag in our app, click on it and land on a personalized version of your feed.
All the posts you see will be filtered and only those that match the topic you selected will be displayed.
Step 3 - Get creative!
On getquin, you can not only follow the latest hashtags, but also start your own trend.
Just add a new hashtag to your post and let the other users see what you're up to.
Our moderators are constantly scanning the feed for new and trending hashtags.
When we see one that's particularly good, we promote it in the feed.
Do you already have your own hashtag? If not, here are a few tips on creating one:
Maximum 5 hashtags per post
Don't be too specific – the more generic, the better!
The fewer hashtags with similar spellings there are, the easier it is to find content in the app. An example: #stock #stocks #share ➝ These three hashtags for the same topic would lead to three different hashtag pages in the app. We want to avoid this.
Check if the hashtag you want to create already exists. In this case, it is unnecessary to create a similar one