New Look & Feel And New User Interface

We’re happy to announce our brand-new logo and look & feel of our web interface at

The new user interface introduces an easier-to-use menu structure, better logical grouping of functions, and superior usability on mobile devices.


New Feature: Posting Shares To LinkedIn Company Pages

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.

New Feature: Mimic Following For Twitter 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.

Modified Processing Of New Twitter Followers

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.

Twitter Decided Auto-Follow-Back Is Now Taboo

Please note that on July 2nd, 2013, Twitter changed their terms of service and outlawed automated following back of people who followed you first.

You can follow an ongoing discussion about the matter here:

Unfortunately we have no choice but to modify our system to comply with Twitter’s new rules.

Hence, from Monday, July 8th, 2013, the manual vetting option of new followers will be automatically enabled on all accounts that currently have the auto-follow option enabled. If you do not manually approve the follow-back, as Twitter now requires, then the follow-back will not take place.

If you are not using auto-follow-back but are just using the auto-welcome-DM, then your account will not be affected. Auto-welcome-DMs will continue as before without any change, and you do not have to do anything.

If you are using both auto-follow-back and auto-welcome-DM on a Twitter account, then you will need to manually approve each new follower, as per Twitter’s new requirements, for that new follower to be followed-back and to receive the welcome-DM.

If you have any issues with or concerns over this new Twitter policy, please contact Twitter directly via or by commenting on the discussion thread linked to above, or both.

Should Twitter in the future decide to again allow auto-follow-back, we would be more than happy to restore the auto-follow-back service that you have found so useful for such a long time. We’re as dumb-founded by Twitter’s decision as you are.

Direct Message Digest & Multi-Line Tweets Bulk Uploads

We added two exciting features that many find extremely helpful.

The first feature is a Twitter direct message digest, where we send you a list of the new DMs that you have received on selected Twitter accounts since the last DM digest. The emails are sent to you once per day.

The second new feature is the ability to schedule and bulk upload updates that contain multiple lines (text that contains line breaks). This is helpful for formatting Facebook updates, and it works for Twitter tweets as well.

Both features require a Professional subscription and are included at no extra charge for existing Professional accounts.

New Feature: Purge All Your Tweets

Clean out your Twitter account by purging all your tweets. Start over with a clean slate. Without losing your followers and the people you follow.

You can now ask SocialOomph to do that for you. It is available free of charge to all our members.

To use it, login to your SocialOomph account, then navigate to “Scheduled Updates, Purge Twitter Tweets” in the menu.