Add Social Tools to Mobile App

I have talked to a few users about being able to access social publishing/scheduling tools while on the go.  This could incredibly useful for trade events, in order to centralise all of the social posts, and possibly launch campaigns on the go.

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AshSolidatus
New Member

How is this progressing? I think this is a great idea and very much needed

DWM
Visitor

The concept of Social Publishing is so often at the event, in the action, with a larger community.  

In a prioritized list - If all you did is the first it would be a great start.

1.  We really need to Publish social posts from our IOS devices

2.  It would be great to schedule social posts in the single account.

3.  Scheduling the "reTweets" from other social accounts in our account.

4.  Clone posts

5.  See the activity and reports

ellierdz
Occasional Contributor

This is kind of a basic urgent functionality as it is a bit painful to still have jump into all the different platforms to answer comments if you can also add the ADS comments will be the best! 

jago
Occasional Contributor

Absolutely. I'm shocked that this isn't an option with Hubspot. With so many social media managers being on call 24/7 and needing access from any device, including mobile devices, this type of scheduler seems like a no-brainer. For a company that is such a leader in so many aspects of marketing, Hubspot is lacking in so many others, particularly when it comes to social media. Can we please know if this is on a roadmap right now? 

Mwaterbury
New Member

Hubspot Mobile App needs to directly reflect the web/desktop version. Since it has features for Social Media support and other integrations that can be added it really needs to be in sync. Please add in the Social Media support tools on the Mobile App for Hubspot. I was initially really happy to know Hubspot had these features and that there was an app for it, but soon found out it does not reflect the same functions as the web/desktop version.

mikeraia
Regular Contributor

I disagree slightly on the need to "directly reflect the web/desktop version." There are some things that only make sense on the desktop because of the form factor. For instance, I don't know if we should expect to be building reports on the app. However, common tasks should absolutely be available. In addition, tasks that lend themselves to the mobile experience should be there like posting to social from a tradeshow. That just makes sense.

 

I am also annoyed that the app has gone so far toward Sales and away from Marketers. I know this was a conscious decision and I'm not sure why both Marketers and Salespeople couldn't win. A separate app would have been fine if it was too much to cram into one.

 

My business developers love the app and use it all day, which has made them more productive. However, I hardly use it anymore.

dberberet_HD
New Contributor

I think it would be a great feature if you allowed the ability to publish to multiple social media platforms directly from the mobile app. As opposed to just capturing analytics from your mobile device, the ability to publish too all platforms with one click within the app (much like the online social tool).