Go to the App Center in your Settings area.
Scroll down below existing connections and select Install More Apps.
Select the Curata icon.
Choose your Kapost Instance then click Install.
When the integration opens in your instance, give it a name and insert your credentials into the appropriate fields. Please note, you must be a Curata user, to take advantage of the Curata / Kapost integration.
Now go to Content Types and Workflows in your Settings menu. Here, you will want to either create a new Content Type for Curata or add your Curata destination as a primary destination on an existing content type that has an HTML body type. It will only work with HTML as it must match the articles that are coming in to sync.
Now, go to the Curation tab in Settings. Here you will want to turn on Curation and select the content type that you associated with Curata. You may only choose one and this means this is the way the content comes in, so you can begin working on it:
Hit save, and now you're ready to curate! You can do this by going to the Curation Tab under the More dropdown menu on a content asset.
Here you will see all your Curata items. When you hit the approve checkmark, the item will turn into a Kapost asset. You will continue using Curata to filter in the topics and keyword related items that you want, but you can filter it through Kapost to have all your content activity in one platform.
When you approve an article, it will take ~15 minutes for it to appear on the "Ideas" tab in Kapost. You can press "Fetch Immediately" to have the articles appear on the catalog sooner.
Please note, due to the way Curata integration works, ideas that come in from Curata will have the first member of your instance listed as the creator.
Please let us know if you have any questions. If you are interested in signing up with Curata you can learn more here: http://www.curata.com