*Note: The Post view is in Beta*
Naytev's Post view enables you to quickly view post performance, see upcoming posts, and resolve post issues. The Posts view is a powerful complement to Naytev's cutting edge, Content view and Schedule view:
Content View: best for high-level reporting and recirculation of your top posts
- view aggregate post performance* — Naytev automatically sums performance of all posts associated with a given piece of content
- recirculate one or multiple posts
- create custom reports
Post View: best for granular reporting and evaluating upcoming posts
- view individual post performance
- evaluate and make bulk changes to upcoming posts
- recirculate posts that could not be shared due to social network errors
Schedule View: best for managing posts
- view individual upcoming posts
- easily manage your social schedule
The Post view makes it easy to do a deep dive on the individual posts you share. Below are capabilities provided in each tab of the Post view. Please note, italicized features with a *, such as "*date posted", are coming soon.
- Filter the posts you wish to see: by social handle, content type, and date posted*
2. Recirculate selected posts
3. View post performance. Naytev defaults to display total engagement for all posts regardless of network or type. You can see additional metrics by filtering for a given network and content type. For example, you can view Video Views and View Rate by filtering for a Facebook Social Handle and selecting "Video" as the content type.
4. *Export posts and associated performance details
Upcoming Posts tab
1. Filter the posts you wish to see: by social handle, content type, and status
Fun Fact: Do any of your posts have a status of "Overflow ASAP"? This means that not enough post timeslots were available for all the posts you scheduled. Don't worry! Naytev will try to automatically reschedule them during the next eligible timeslot.
2. Take bulk action on upcoming posts: delete or set to draft*
Failed Posts tab
Sometimes social networks have API issues that temporarily prevent posts from being shared. When this happens, posts are flagged as "Failed." We know this is frustrating, and we want to make it as easy as possible to get things back on track — that's what this tab is for.
You can select one or many failed posts, and either delete or recirculate them*.