Now, it's possible to customize the image as well as the caption of a certain post according to the social platforms selected at a time.
Once the image is ready to be shared, you get directed to the post editor form where you have numerous options what to do with it: schedule, boost, save as draft, upload another image etc as well as tweak the post for several pages so the post would be different in each of them.
How does it work?
In the post editor form select the desired social pages, scroll down a little and click on the Customize for each social platform button that is placed under the image.
Based on the social platforms, which pages you selected, the post editor will be divided accordingly.
For example, you chose 3 Facebook pages and 2 Twitter accounts. In this case the post editor will be split into 2 boxes (but not 5): Facebook and Twitter along with the visual and the text copied automatically in each.
Adding a page of another social platform that wasn't selected originally will create another section. De-selecting such a page, will automatically dismiss this section as shown here.
As you know, Instagram, Pinterest, Google My Business and LinkedIn don't allow multiple images per post (either restricted by API or originally). If one of these platforms is selected, the first visual will be chosen automatically, but you can change it dragging and dropping it.
In case you want to go back to the original post form view, just de-select the pages.
In each section you can:
Create or edit the image in the Graphics Editor;
Upload your visual or GIF/Video;
Add a dynamic attribute*.
* The Post Localization feature is available on white-labeled platforms.
You can't copy or drag and drop the content from one section to another. It is recommended preparing the content in the first place before it is split.
Don't forget that image is mandatory for Pinterest and Instagram. You'll be prompted with the red camera icon when there is no picture.
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