New basic free accounts registered from November 13, 2013 onward can now connect a maximum of five Twitter accounts to their user account. Previously there was no cap to the number of Twitter accounts that could be connected to a free user account. To add more than five Twitter accounts the user account must now be upgraded to the Twitter Unlimited level or to the Professional level.
User accounts registered before November 13, 2013 were grand-fathered in, meaning they can still connect an unlimited number of Twitter accounts at the basic free level.
You can now include custom scheduling codes on each update in the bulk upload file to specify exactly when each update must be scheduled. Meaning, with custom scheduling codes you embed the schedule in the file itself, and you can configure that schedule exactly the way you want it. It’s easier than it may sound.
A custom scheduling code, supplied with each update, can be either an exact date and time (publish the update at this specific time) or it can define the time gap between the update and the preceding update in the file (publish the update 35 minutes after the preceding one).
Read in our self-help center how to use this new feature.
Bulk uploading is available to Professional and Twitter Advanced Scheduling accounts.
You can now post updates that are automatically deleted from Twitter (Professional and Twitter Advanced Scheduling users) or Facebook (Professional users) after a period of time of your choice. You set that period of time for each individual update.
When you create an update, add the self-destruct code at the very end of the update text. You will do that either in the New Update form, New Update & Image form, or in the text file that you will bulk upload.
Here are a few samples.
Read all about our limited-time special offer! example.com/offer #t7d
Use coupon code STARTREK for a 20% discount on all footwear! #t1m
In both samples, the tweet or Facebook post will be automatically deleted when the special offer or coupon expires. It won’t be out there confusing people.
Read in our self-help center how to use it.
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The new user interface introduces an easier-to-use menu structure, better logical grouping of functions, and superior usability on mobile devices.
We have now added the ability to post shares to LinkedIn Company Pages, in addition to the existing ability to post shares to LinkedIn profiles and LinkedIn Groups.
The feature is available to Professional users. To post shares to a LinkedIn company page, first add your LinkedIn profile as a social account with Social Accounts, Add New Account, Add LinkedIn in the menu. You will then be presented with a list of company pages that LinkedIn allows you to post shares to, and you can add those to your list of social accounts. If you have already added your LinkedIn profile, select Social Accounts, Manage Accounts in the menu and then click the Edit link of your LinkedIn profile account. You will then see the same list of company pages that you can add as social accounts.
Finding quality people to follow on Twitter is always challenging and time-consuming.
We’ve added a much requested feature, namely mimic following to help you easily find quality Twitter accounts to follow.
With mimic following you give us the usernames of a few Twitter users of your choice. We analyze those users’ Following list (the people they follow) and present the entries of the Following lists to you in batches in the Vet Followers/Friends area. You then decide whether you want to follow or reject each entry.
Benefit from the work that others have done to surface quality people to follow in your areas of interest. You only need to find the right people whose following you want to mimic.
The new feature is available to Professional users and can be found under Followers/Friends, Friend Finder in the menu.
Please note that starting July 8th, 2013, new followers that you want to follow back must be individually approved using Followers/Friends, Vet Followers/Friends in the menu. This change is required by the July 2nd, 2013, change in Twitter’s rules.
If you elected to follow-back and send auto-welcome-DMs, then auto-welcome-DMs will be sent to all new followers (within Twitter’s DM sending limits) regardless of whether you approve the followers for follow-back or not. In other words, the sending of welcome-DMs is not influenced any longer by any decision you record on the vetting page, it happens regardless.
If you elected to only send welcome-DMs and not follow back new followers, then there is nothing you need to do. The sending of welcome-DMs will continue as before.