RecurPost - Social Media Scheduler with Repeating schedule
High School / Business
Jan 27, 2021
Let me quickly show you how we get post works. To get started, you will add your social accounts, click on the button, select the one that you want to add, let's say I want to add a Facebook page. Click on that, you'll have to log into your Facebook if you haven't logged in. You'll see all the pages that you own, click on add. That has been added. You can add more if you wanted to. Click on close. And your pages will appear here. If you wanted to add more, the option is not here. It is here now. Click on add, click on. Let's say I want to add a link in the company. If you are not logged in again, you'll have to log in. So I add that. And it appears here. Once you have added your social accounts, you can start sharing on them. Let's say you wanted to share on your LinkedIn company profile. You can batch an image if you have an image, you can attach that. You can copy from the URL, or you can even search for an image. Let's say best. That's the best. Let's see, 5 star. Add to update. You can look at the preview quickly. If everything looks good, you could post it right away. If you don't want to post it right away, you can click on schedule updates and select the date and time. When you want it to go out. Let's say 20 seconds of January at 1 a.m. at night and you could say schedule. Once you schedule something, it goes to your queue. There you go. Now let's go back to dashboard. What you can also do with record post is create posts that will keep on going out at a predefined frequency. Let's see how to do that. I have three libraries. I can delete a library if I don't want that. I could create a new library. And so I call it test light ready. Go inside the library. You have multiple ways to add new content. You could add a link import from a CSV. If you have one input from a website, import from your social accounts, what you have already posted. You can also click on recurring updates. And you can type your message here. I'm not going to do that. What I will do is I will import from a website my own website. Let's say recap was log. Click on add to library. And it will add all of your updates here. You can edit and update however you want. Let's say I want to see this in the message. Right? Click on save and this will be changed. Now we have created a recurring updates. But in order for these updates to go out, we need to specify when and where. For that, click on add, and recurring schedule. Select the account. You can select one. It can select, select the days when you want it to go out, let's say, Monday, once and Fridays. You can select a particular time if you know the time or you could say auto schedule for best time. When you pick this option, post, we'll figure out the best time for you to share content on your social accounts, click on add, schedule. So now this one, because this was the first one, it already got scheduled. And it's saying that, okay, this is the next one. To be scheduled, right? Now where did it schedule it? Let's go to Q and anything that you schedule will be in your queue. Remember, we can issue this one for 22nd of January and these three came from your schedules. So this one is going to go out on your LinkedIn. This is going on your Facebook page and this is also going on another Facebook page. So based on your schedule, this will keep going out. Let's go back to dashboard because that's where your libraries live. Let's go inside this library. So now, what is recurring here is this is going to go up tomorrow. This will go day after this will go the day after. And so on. Once we have posted everything, we will come back to this. And we will start posting from here. So that is the recurring part. We also have inbox where you could get all the messages that people have sent to you. You could reply to those messages. You could interact with your customers. So you don't have to log into different platforms to reply to their messages, right? So this is brilliant and it is included in your plan. So happy posting. Thank you.