Acquire Data

How to acquire your data into the HAT

HAT users can acquire their own data into the HAT through data plugs.

Using Rumpel™, you can pull in data about yourself from the Internet – Facebook, calendar, photos, just to name a few – into your HAT and view it.

Using Dataplugs on Rumpel

Facebook Dataplug

1.) On Home page, scroll down the the Data Plugs section and click on ‘Facebook Plug’.

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2.) Box will appear, click ‘Continue’ button.

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3.) Enter your personal HAT address in top box and then click ‘Login with HAT’ box.

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4.) Click ‘Login with Facebook’ button, which will redirect you to Facebook page where you enter your log in details.

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5.) Enter your Facebook details in the boxes, then click ‘Log In’

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6.) Click on ‘Edit the info you provide’ to alter what information you want to share with your HAT, then Click ‘OK’.

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7.) Tick which categories you would like synchronised with your HAT, then click on ‘Start scychronising Facebook data’ button.

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8.) Your data has successfully been added to your Rumpel page. Click on ‘Take me back to Rumpel’ button, your data plug will show on your Rumpel page in 5 minutes.

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Dropbox Photos Dataplug

1.) On Home page, scroll down the the Data Plugs section and click on ‘Photos Plug’.

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2.) Box will appear, click ‘Continue’ button.

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3.) Enter your personal HAT address in top box and then click ‘Enable’ box.

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4.) Click on ‘Login to Dropbox’ box. You will be redirected to Dropbox webpage where you need to login.

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5.) Click on ‘Allow’ box.

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6.) Tick folders you would like synchronised with your HAT, then click ‘Add Selected Folders’ box.

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7.) Now your data plug will show on your Rumpel page in 5 minutes, so please refresh webpage in 5 minutes.

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We work hard to help you pull more of your data in but if you are a coder, or a company that is HAT ready (how to be HAT-ready), you can register a data plug yourself (here) and help the community with more data plugs so that we can acquire more of our data into our own HATs.

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