We have added a new option for Facebook photo uploads through Sprout Social. You can now post photos directly to your Facebook Timeline album.
This is a subtle change that gets us one step closer to matching the native Facebook functionality. Selecting Facebook Timeline will store images in the generic Facebook Timeline album that is already used when attaching an image as a Facebook post. Account owners can go to “Business Settings” and select “Facebook Timeline” to use this album for all of your Facebook profiles.
Selecting “Sprout Social Photos” will still post the image on your Timeline, but will also store them in a dedicated photo album titled “Sprout Social Photos.” You can rename this album by visiting Facebook.
We understand that it is the little things that make a big difference. Thanks for the feedback.
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@EduardoAlvarez2 Hi, Eduardo. We'd be happy to help you out. Please send our support team an email at: support(at)sproutsocial(dot)com and we'll take a closer look for you.
I am trying to learn more about uploading images via Sprout Social to FB, Twitter etc. Is there a way to upload images to multiple social media accounts with Sprout Social, and have the images hosted elsewhere, say in DropBox? Trying to find a solution for uploading a lot of images at once, and also to know where they will be hosted. Can these be scheduled?
@GeorgieGirl Hi, there. It is possible to upload an image and share it to multiple social media accounts all within the same post, however, adding more than one image to a post is something we're currently looking into. Any images that are published are not hosted anywhere specific other than the platform/s that it is being published to.