Just like we offer in our mobile app, the web version now allows community members to scroll through the entire leaderboard.
We've acquired the necessary permissions from LinkedIn to use a new API that allows you to search for your followers so they can be mentioned in the default share message.
It no longer requires our browser plugin, but admins should connect their LinkedIn company instead.
Member campaigns can be enabled on campaign tabs to allow your community members to create their own posts in your community. A fixed feed item will be available on tabs where this feature is enabled. Members can use it to start creating their own campaigns.
For now, these are campaigns without a challenge attached. They are meant for members to be able to create simple content-based campaigns for other members to see and comment on. Thanks to user-generated content, you can stimulate the community feel and help keep your members engaged.
This feature is now available for testing and will be included in Premium and Enterprise plans. It's currently only available on the web version. The mobile version is currently in the making.
Contact your Customer Success Manager if you would like to test it.
The campaign builder now offers links to preview a campaign while you're working on it.
We've made the filter dropdowns on campaigns and message overviews searchable. This makes it easier for you to filter on a specific campaign type for example;
You can now create campaigns that don't require members to do anything and are automatically removed from the To-do tab after a member has opened them.
You can now filter your members based on whether or not members have requested any or a specific reward in the past and in which state the request is at.
We've added a few new features to share campaigns.
You can now upload multiple images when selecting what you want your members to share. For channels that support it (LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook Pages, and if API share is enabled), this will create "album posts" - a single post that includes more than one image - when shared on the channel.
We've replaced our "share preview" variants with full-featured share variants. This means you can now create variants of what your members will be asked to share instead of just what a link preview of the share would look like.
In other words, when asking members to share an image or a video, you can now provide more than one variant of the image or video.
Last week we released the AI bèta feature that allows you to generate share message suggestions. We've now added two more artificial intelligence experiments to the platform!
Interested to try these out? Get in touch with your Customer Success Manager for more information.