Thanks for your question. To add a number of different TubePress galleries 1 to one web page, you’ll want to utilize customized TubePress shortcodes in your page editor. Based on the YouTube playlists in your image, your basic shortcodes would look something like this:
[tubepress mode=“playlist” playlistValue=“PLQh6rb1mrE_Zhh0xv3z-u_lLbZDVwc3uT”]
[tubepress mode=“playlist” playlistValue=“PLQh6rb1mrE_Ywz-LGD9DQb1_ofqn8X05U”]
[tubepress mode=“playlist” playlistValue=“PLQh6rb1mrE_ZBRtGtAMj1MBaoYdbUX8x9”]
[tubepress mode=“playlist” playlistValue=“PLQh6rb1mrE_aU7c_ddJ967kS4EttPsetb”]
Entering the above shortcodes on a page will tell TubePress to display 4 galleries, each one showing videos from a different YouTube playlist. For any other options 2 not explicitly set in the shortcode, TubePress will revert to your settings saved at WP Admin > Settings > TubePress. It’s also a good idea to review this article 3 on shortcodes.
If you’d prefer each video thumbnail in a gallery to link to its own WordPress post or page (rather than play on the same page), you may want to check out our Auto Post 4 feature.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out! Thanks!
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