Download Log Entries from Streams

JohnnFour

Game Master
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Campaign Logger GMs now have a great way to share creations with fellow Loggers.

When you create a Stream from a Campaign Log and share it out, visitors to your stream can now download Log Entries as JSON files that can be imported into a Campaign Log.

For example, here's a standard stream i created:

Hover your pointer or tap on any Log Entry. Then click/tap to download that log entry.

Special streams, which we call Templated Streams, are custom built by us for special projects, such as Free NPC. Templated Streams now have an export feature for filtered Log Entries, in addition to the single Log Entry download option.


For example, I click on the Cunning tag in the tag cloud at the top to get a filtered set of Log Entries. I now see only entries with cunning NPCs.

Below the tag cloud a blue box appears that asks if I want to download the filtered JSON. I click this to get a JSON file of just the filtered, cunning NPCs.

We hope you play around with the Streams feature and share your streams here in the Campaign Community. Your fellow GMs would love to see your NPCs, items, locations, encounters, and other Campaign Logger creations.
 

ELF

Generator Sage
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CL Add-on Dev
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Is it possible to share an entire log as a stream feed?
 

JohnnFour

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Yes. At least, for the custom templates we build for special streams, such as FreeNPC.

I don't think there's a feed for streams by default.
 

JochenL

CL Byte Sprite
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Every stream has an RSS feed. It is linked at the top. And every RSS feed contains the entry's raw text in custom XML elements, RSS-compliant.
 

ELF

Generator Sage
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CL Add-on Dev
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Every stream has an RSS feed. It is linked at the top. And every RSS feed contains the entry's raw text in custom XML elements, RSS-compliant.
Oh yes, that's a lot more noticeable in the old UI. :D Thanks!
 
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