Different content layouts – Flipboard guide

Different layouts are due to content curators sourcing content from different

You’ll see a few different types of formats on Flipboard:

Custom-paginated articles come from some publishers we partner with, but
we can’t work directly with every publisher on our platform.
Webview articles have layouts that mirror their web page experiences, including
their embedded advertising.
RSS feed
RSS feed-based articles have limits set by the feed owner which determine
how much content to display. Sometimes they provide only a few lines of text
and no images, other times they include all text and images. We respect these
rules and limits on RSS feeds.
Storyboards are curated collections of articles (usually five to twelve)
intended to “tell a story” on a particular topic. You’ll need to click on
the individual articles to read them. The publisher will generally add text
to introduce the topic and subheadings break up the list of articles into
logical chunks, like chapters in a book. Unlike a magazine or topic feed,
a storyboard is a static page.

Reader View

You can simplify and standardize the layout of an article using the reader-view
icon in the top right corner. Note this view may over-simplify articles with
some types of embedded media.


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