This release has features that will help you more easily name queue categories. You'll also gain greater insight into your publishing calendar and published items. Let's dig in.
🎁 FEATURES 🎁
Easier queue category management and naming. Our new queue category drop down gives you great options for better category management. You can now:
Queue category exports. Know what else you can now do with queue categories? Export the text and external links of each tweet/post in a queue in a handy CSV file. Have a client who wants to see what you’ve queued but you don’t want them to have access to your account? Simply send them the CSV. The file is also a helpful way to share your queued content with teammates who have tool-phobia.
Are you reading all this and wondering what Queue Categories are? They're a great way to organize your queued content and stick to your content strategy. Here's how some of our users set up their queue categories.
Report comments as spam on YouTube. You now have the ability to report YouTube comments as spam. Unlike our "hide" function, this also sends YouTube information about the user who left spam on your video.
New options to see published conversations. Our publishing modal now lets you see the stats and history of your published posts, comments, and messages.
For details on your posts and comments, click on the "Details" button.
You'll receive the stats on a post...
...and the thread and original post/tweet from a comment you published.
To get context on a private messages, click "Open Conversation" ...
... and you'll get the history of the message with options to reply or assign the message to a teammate.
🐞 BUG FIXES🐞
Twitter DMs were erroneously shown as published tweets in the publishing calendar. This has been fixed.
... +21 other bug fixes to make your social media management even easier.
🎧THIS VERSION'S PLAYLIST🎧
"Sign Your Name" by Terence Trent D'Arby
"That's Not My Name" by The Ting Tings
"In the Name of Love" by Thompson Twins