Additionally, admins with permission to create posts will also be able to schedule posts up to six months in advance. This feature is still rolling out to many, but will be available when creating a new post. Scheduling can be a double-edged sword, but when used correctly can really help to maintain well-balanced engagement.
These updates will likely appeal to social media teams, especially larger ones. The new roles could help you shed light on engagement and divvy up responsibilities without risking exposure to other sensitive data or accidental posts.
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Jennifer Beese: Jennifer Beese has worked as a community manager and social media strategist. When she’s not writing, you can find her studying anatomy and physiology—she literally has a skeleton in her closet—or under the stars with her telescope.
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