The Missinglettr team was quite busy adding four new features to Curate. It now comes with an auto-scheduling content option, ‘first person’ detection, and more.
- Auto-Schedule Postbox Posts
Automatic content scheduling is a powerful way to fill your calendar with relevant and engaging content. All matching content is scheduled with a delay of a few days so you have time to review it before it is sent. This feature is disabled by default.
- ‘First person’ Detection
If you add a new post to the Curate library for others to share and if it looks like you wrote in the first person, or that sounds like you’re talking about yourself, they’ll notify you. If you change it accordingly, you are more likely to get others to share your posts.
- Edit Posts Before Sharing
When sharing someone’s content from the Curate library you will now be asked if you want to edit it before it is added to your schedule.
- URL Uptime Detection
All URLs submitted to the Curate library are now checked to ensure that no 404 is returned. If invalid URLs are detected, they are removed from the directory and scheduled content is prevented from being sent.
- Match / Don’t Match
You can now select which categories and tags you want Curate to match or don’t match content for, e.g. match WordPress, but not WooCommerce. Simply select the Match/Don’t Match toggle to edit your categories in your Curate profile.
- Restrict Curate Posts By Country
You can now restrict your Curate posts by country. This option comes in quite handy if the post content is only appropriate within certain geographical regions. If you select this option, this post will only be shown to other users who are in the same country.
They are currently working on major update to the Curate content discovery area. Finding great content will become even easier by introducing a search, an option to drill into categories, and more. They’ll also be launching support for Curate posts to be automatically created based on new content discovered in your RSS feed.
PS: You can now even you upload animated GIFs as custom images to a social media campaign or Curate post. Missinglettr supports both Unsplash and GIPHY. When composing social media posts via Curate, a drip campaign or the calendar, Missinglettr now displays a preview of the auto thumbnail that Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook display when you are not using a custom image.