Additions to Suite's Multiplatform Publisher
Publishing and Scheduling to LinkedIn Showcase Pages
There's no question that LinkedIn is one of the key social media power players – and the number one professional networking platform. In addition to Company Pages, you can now publish to LinkedIn Showcase Pages directly in Socialbakers Suite. Showcase Pages are extensions of your LinkedIn Page, designed to spotlight a brand, business unit or initiative.
From Publisher, add a link, an image or a video, then schedule your post to go out at the right time – or save it as a draft to return to later. Just click on “Add Social Profile” to add your LinkedIn Showcase page, and you’re ready to go. You can find Showcase page posts displayed in Sent feed in Publisher.
With this addition to the multiplatform publisher, your teams can easily consolidate and streamline your publishing efforts. Do it all right here in Suite, stress-free.
More Actions for The Dynamic Content Calendar
Post Labels Added to the Calendar Filtering View
Socialbakers Suite calendar is an all-in-one, practical place for the entire content team. You can use it to create new posts, assign, approve or reject, schedule, and publish - straight from one place! In addition, it provides an easy visualization of your entire content plan. And now it is possible to filter the content in your Calendar by post labels, allowing you to quickly navigate through the relevant posts.
Right in Calendar view, click on “Filter”. On the sidebar that opens, you can select the Label(s) you would like to apply, click “Filter” and enjoy a clearer view of your content.
Save time on annoying little tasks and focus your attention on more important things. Use filters in Publisher to create your exact perfect view in an instant.
Community Management Upgrades
The Number of Comments in Incoming Feed Displayed When Applying a Filter
This is for you, community managers. With all the communication you handle daily, organization is a top priority. Now when applying filters in Community, you’ll be able to see, at the top of each feed, just how many comments, user posts or mentions are associated with each filter, so that you and your team can focus on the messages you need to see. For example:
- How many incoming not solved comments do I have?
- How many comments are waiting for my approval?
With this new feature, it will be easier than ever to have a clear overview of what actions need to be taken, and help you prioritize and better organize your team’s efforts. To learn more about the different collaboration features available in Community, check out this article, How to Be Proactive in Your Community Management.
Stay on top of all incoming communications easily in Community. The small numbers next to the feed name indicate how many comments, user posts or mentions are associated with each filter.