EveryoneSocial's Moderator Guide

Andre Larsen
Andre Larsen
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Welcome to EveryoneSocial’s Moderator guide to employee advocacy. Social networking is an integral part of our daily and professional lives, offering a space for collaboration, networking, and sharing ideas. You’re here because you’re using EveryoneSocial for employee advocacy, which helps build efficiencies with tools and features that amplify social networking and brand awareness.

This video guide aims to equip you with the knowledge necessary to navigate the intricacies of moderating content in EveryoneSocial.

We’ll use our Enterprise plan for this video, so your experience may vary if you’re on one of our other plans. We’ll also link help center articles below this video that provide greater detail on each topic covered.

Let’s get started!

Moderators and EveryoneSocial

EveryoneSocial is a platform that drives company growth by providing tools that empower you and your colleagues to share content and grow professional networks. 

We believe the people in your company are the best at sharing your brand’s message for the most authentic insight into what your company does, what its goals are, and how it can benefit others. Whether that benefit comes from an open job position being filled, a product being purchased, or an innovative process being shared, your colleagues are the ones best positioned to share that message for the most reach and engagement.

Roles and responsibilities

Moderators are able to manage a majority of the Group and have access to many of the same posting permissions as Admins. There are two roles to consider: Workspace roles and Group roles.

Moderators can see Group roles: Owner, Moderator, and Member. However, Moderators can not see Workspace roles.

Learn more in the following article.

Group settings

Each Group will have different settings, depending on what the intended purpose is. There are a few settings to be aware of.

  • Group privacy: Public Groups' content is visible by anyone while Private Groups' content is accessible only to Group members.
  • Allow member to post: Members can submit content to the Group.
  • Auto-approve posts: Posts do not require Admin or Moderator approval to publish to the Group Timeline.
  • Read only: Posts can not be shared outside of the Group.

Learn more about Group settings.

Content Management

Here are a few features that will help you get the most from EveryoneSocial.

Reporting and best practices

Need to make changes to account settings? These articles may help.

🔹 Here is a copy of the slides used in the video recording. You are welcome to use them to host a company training.

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