User Groups Section in Settings: New Features and Redesigned Look-and-Feel
To help you streamline user group management, we gave the User Groups section under Settings a makeover: it now has a new layout, advanced filtering capabilities, and bulk operations.
The redesigned section still offers you all the features that were available in the previous version.
The user groups are now displayed in a table, which gives you an overview of your user groups and better visibility of how many users and profiles each user group has.
You can sort the user groups alphabetically, by number of users, and by number of profiles.
Just like in the previous version of the layout, you can search for user groups by their name.
The user group detail panel got a new layout too:
The tabs were to the left side of the panel.
The option to assign multiple users in a user group the same profile role for all the owned profiles in the group was from the Profiles tab to the Users tab and is available when at least one user is selected.
You can now filter user groups by profiles and users that are included in the groups.
You can now perform the following operations on multiple user groups at once:
Add or remove users.
Add or remove profiles.
Delete user groups from the Emplifi account.
Organize Users into User Groups
New Widgets for Listening
In Unified Analytics, we added a few new widgets to the Aggregated overview board under Listening.
The new widgets help you analyze more aspects of your data. For example, you can now see what languages are the most frequently used in listening mentions and what countries the majority of the mentions comes from, or you can slice the data about the mentions' authors by gender and age.
Compare Organic and Paid Data in Post-level Facebook Metrics
In Unified Analytics, you can now visualize organic and paid data split in the selected widgets on the Facebook boards under Profile performance.
Paid and Organic Data in Unified Analytics
Bot Routing and Validation Improvements
We have made some updates to the Bot, including:
An update to routing logic for Instagram, allowing story mentions and replies to be identified for more nuanced flow behavior
A fix for the validation of collect information nodes
An update to the way images are stored for social channels
You can now store images without expiring.