Today,, the online content curation and publishing platform, released new curation and management capabilities designed to allow users incorporate Twitter and Facebook streams into a familiar newspaper layout.

Cultivating Best Practices Through Advanced Functionality

In January, raised US$ 2.1 million in funding for its social news curation platform and since then has been unveiling new functionality, from being able to be published in more languages to performing more advanced queries and adding an interview series so users can cultivate best practices.

By incorporating social media into content curation, users can now combine Twitter timelines, lists, queries and #tags as well as Facebook queries and filter individual Twitter users or Twitter List for keywords in an effort to enhance curation.

Paperli_socialmedia.png also added new functionality aimed at improving newsstand searches, article and source discovery, and editorial control,  making it easier to add, remove and promote content.

While these new updates will be sure to enhance how publishers share content with their readers,’s efforts will also be aided by the addition of Eric Hippeau, former CEO of Huffington Post, to their advisory board. Hippeau will join Guy Kawasaki and will no doubt help grow and evolve its services in the curation space.