Publish Posts with Multiple Share Copy and Image Options

Andre Larsen
Andre Larsen
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Publish posts with up to 5 different copy and image options for your team to select from when sharing posts. This feature randomly rotates the different content and images once a user chooses to share the post, helping differentiate your users' content. Shared posts will no longer look uniform, decreasing the possibility of appearing “spammy” to readers and social networks.

Simply add different share copies and images during the content curation process and your team selects their preference from the available choices.

Let’s get started!

🔷 You’ll need our Support team to activate this feature. Please contact them to get this enabled.

🔹 This is available on all plans.

🔸 This is accessible to Admin, Contributors, and Group Moderators.

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How it works

Contributors, Admin, and Group Moderators can publish shareable content and add up to 5 images and 5 share copy versions per network (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram).

The internal post displays the available images in a grid view when a user is on desktop and the first image only when a user is on mobile. See below.

share variation image desktop grid view.png

Once a user chooses to share the post, EveryoneSocial randomly chooses an image and content from the variations. If a user is on a desktop, the user can choose a different image and content than the one generated. If a user is using the mobile app, then the user will need to refresh the share page to generate a different image and content.

Publish a post with multiple share options

  1. Click Compose > Internal Post.
  2. Select the Groups to host the content.
  3. Select the post type.
    1. Link posts can have 5 copy options and have a combination of 5 scraped images or 5 uploaded images.
    2. Video posts can have one video and 5 options of share copy.
    3. Image posts can have 5 copy and 5 image options.
    4. Text posts can have 5 copy options but no images.
  4. Add media and click and drag images to the desired order.
  5. Check Allow Sharing and toggle on Add Share Copy.
  6. Add up to 5 commentary versions, clicking Add a Version to add copy options.
  7. Continue toggling settings ON/OFF for the post.
  8. Click Post to publish.

FAQ

How can I see what the media requirements are for each network?
I'm trying to share a post to Facebook and it's not working. Can you help? 
Facebook has a few limitations that may affect using different media. For example, Facebook doesn't allow scheduling content, sharing an image-only post, or adding a custom image to a URL-type post. Please click here for more information on sharing to Facebook

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