Pages in folders - feature request


#1

Now you can group the facebook pages into folders.
Add, delete, move pages around - the usual - you get the idea.


Reorder and Group Monitored Pages
#2

It looks like i´m complaining about everything but I´m not, those are just ideas ok…

I know that this is a quick and dirty fix as many people have been asking it. In the future I will love to see this feature more advanced.

  • Ability to sort folders around
  • Hide/see what it´s inside
  • Create Folder inside Folders (For example, create a Folder for each project/cliet, and the ability to create different subfolders per project)
  • Color codes will be great too.

Thanks a lot!


#3

I’m saying no only to the folders in folders thing. Rest of them we’ll put them in the backlog.


#4

Any plans to allow reordering and / or grouping of pages in the Monitored pages list. A small thing but it would make checking easier.


#5

Hey there. That’s a good idea and it has been mentioned a couple of times lately by our users.

It made our roadmap so it’s going to get done in the following period. http://www.socialinsider.io/roadmap


#6

I think this is the most asked feature after the whitelabel one.
Thankfully it’s not that hard to implement :slight_smile:


#7

Fantastic - it will certainly make my life easier :slight_smile:


#8

Yeah, if you have multiple companies you want to do specific things for. Plus, one huge list on the left is just too sloppy.


#9

An option to set up folders by business vertical would be excellent.

But so would being able to search the All Pages in a folder when searching for posts containing specific keyword terms.

Juz Sayin - Might be VERY useful :sunglasses:


#10

We have folders now. Fresh - released 6 hours ago.


#11

That’s great but now how do I get existing pages in my list into newly made folders?


#12

Boom!
Massive improvement on usability Razvan.
Keep it up guys!

Multumesc
(Romanian wife! :smiley: )


#13

Hey Deadintolt,

You can drag and drop pages from a folder to another :smiley:


#14

Hey there!

Here’s a short how to group the FB pages and multi-compare the pages in folder:

Sep-26-2017 20-56-16

Follow these steps:

  1. Click on the folder icon

  2. Name your folder

  3. Drag and drop the Facebook pages or add a new one

  4. Click on the folder name, and you’ll get a multi-compare view for all the pages in that folder.

  5. Get an eye-bird view for the fan count, total engagement, and total posts in the period, posts evolution and engagement daily evolution. `