Releases this month
- September 2 - Drag and drop images in Compose
- September 9 - Zendesk integration upgraded to OAuth
- September 10 - Author search in the Smart Inbox
- September 15 - Salesforce integration
- September 17 - Updated Advanced Listening queries
September 2, 2020
Say goodbye to removing and re-uploading images in Compose
It's important that your images appear in the order you want when you're posting to your social channels, otherwise, your story might get lost. Now, you upload your images in any order in Compose and drag and drop them to their correct positions.
September 9, 2020
Two-factor authentication and single-sign on available for Zendesk
Now, Sprout's integration with Zendesk allows you to log in with two-factor authentication (2FA) and single-sign on (SSO). This new connection is more reliable and secure. While you won't see any interruptions in your integration, it's a good idea to disconnect and re-connect to Zendesk to use OAuth.
September 10, 2020
Find specific messages in the Smart Inbox with author search
Locate received messages from a specific social profile or user name with Sprout's Inbox Search. Find the messages from the users you're looking for, tag them to compare trends over time and take action when you need it.
September 15, 2020
Instantly create leads, cases and contacts in your Salesforce instance directly from Sprout
Customers love to reach out on social. Whether they're inquiring about purchasing a product or service, asking for some help or giving you a shoutout - it's important to connect these customers to the right teams. Take the messages you receive on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn and create leads, cases and contacts that appear in your Salesforce instance.
September 17, 2020
Clean up your Listening queries with streamlined keywords
It's critical that you're listening to the best conversations to help influence your social strategy. Before, you might've found yourself a little confused when it came to adding AND or OR for your Listening queries. Now, there's only one term option, to add another keyword, instead of choosing AND or OR.