This article covers the process of authorizing your social media accounts in POST. Our data indicates that a significant amount of listening comes from social media users. Connecting your Facebook and Twitter accounts in POST enables you to quickly and easily share new content with your social media followers and capitalize on that growing market.
Authorize your Facebook and Twitter accounts
|Note: Anytime you change your Facebook or Twitter password, you must delete and reauthorize your account in POST.|
Update: March 2019, For Twitter authorization established prior to March 2019, click here for instructions on the required authorization of your current Twitter account.
Authorizing a Facebook account:
Step 1 - Have the Facebook account owner, log into POST and go to the Planner, then select "Edit Defaults".
Step 2 - Click the "Next" button twice to get to the "POST Options"
Step 3 - Then click the "Edit Facebook" link to open the "Edit Facebook Page Connections" screen.
Step 4 - Follow the steps listed on the "Edit Facebook Page Connections" page to authorize your Facebook account, link to the correct page(s) and save the connection
|Note: You must use the page owner's Facebook credentials to complete the authorization.|
Deleting Facebook Account Authorization:
Repeat steps 1 through 3 above to navigate to the "Edit Facebook Page Connections", click "Delete" next to the account you wish to remove authorization in POST.
Authorizing a Twitter Account:
Step 1 - Have the Twitter account owner, log into POST and go to Planner, then select "Edit Defaults."
Step 2 - Click the "Next" button twice to get to the "Post Options".
Step 3 - Select the "Edit Twitter" lint to open the "Edit Twitter Accounts" screen.
Step 4 - From the "Authorize Application" screen, complete the Twitter credentials and click the "Authorize Application" button.
Step 5 - To complete the process, you will be returned to POST, where you can "Save" and select "Done" to complete the authorization.
DELETING TWITTER ACCOUNT AUTHORIZATION:
Repeat steps 1 through 3 above to navigate to the "Edit Twitter Accounts", from the "Current Twitter Connections" section, click "Delete" next to the account you wish to remove authorization in POST.