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#openheritage Co-design some of the activities in the next meeting of the consortium
Partners proposals 2019-05-09 - 2019-05-12Process phases
Have we agreed on #OpenHeritage for hashtag, so via social media you can easily pick up on things happening? and can we provide you with additional ones per lab e.g. #HSW and #HSWsunderland for the CHL in Sunderland?
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Thank you for starting the discussion :)
Back in Barcelona, I suggested tagging the OpenHeritage handle (not a hashtag) in all the post that we, i.e. all partners, do. In this case, the person who maintains social media (myself in this case) will receive a notification and share it asap. The benefit of tagging a handle is also that it saves space – you can tag the handle on a picture, and this will not be counted in the 280-character limit.
I very much recommend tagging the project handle instead of introducing a hashtag/several hashtags. A hashtag takes spaces, and this can be a drawback quite often as it usually already a bit of a struggle to fit in character limit. I agree that a hashtag per Lab would make the search a bit easier, but I guess that this possibility would be used rather rarely and only by a few project partners. In any case, all project-related tweets will be easy to find as soon as they include the project handle. There are also several other considerati
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