As a Piano company, the SocialFlow platform will be better resourced than ever. This means you can expect to see significant upgrades across the user experience– including the interface itself, functionality, and performance. Our goal, as always, is to provide tools...
In February, we announced that SocialFlow had become a Piano company. Since then, we’ve been hard at work integrating SocialFlow into Piano. While this is a complex and ongoing process, we want to share an update and our vision of where we are heading over the coming...
At SocialFlow, we’ve spent the last decade helping you create value from your social content, and we’re proud of the work we’ve done together—powering millions of social messages that garner billions of engagements and trillions in reach. SocialFlow is now a Piano...
With the Beijing Olympic Games just around the corner, we wanted to assure our clients who will be covering the international event that we will be taking steps to ensure your content can be published without interruption throughout the Games. We will be expanding our...
In addition to rolling out new features, our team continues to roll out feature upgrades. Feature upgrades add/improve upon existing functionality to ensure optimal usability of the SocialFlow platform. Here is a run-down of the latest upgrades: LinkedIn...
You may have noticed a small change that packs a lot of punch now live in the Compose box. The new Post Details View allows a quick summary of all settings active on the post. By clicking on the tab on the top-right-hand side of the compose box, a simple view will...
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