Changelog

New features and improvements to PostFlow.
Follow us on

PostFlow Twitter auto-plugs feature

To help you increase the exposure of your newsletter or website, we've added Twitter auto-plug feature. You can define a content that will be automatically plug if the tweet or thread gets the engagement.

➡️ Learn how to create tweet auto-plug


PostFlow Instagram improvements

Instagram Reels cover

We've added the option to create a custom cover image for your Instagram Reels. Creating a custom cover for your Reels have a great visual impact and attract your audience to watch.

➡️ Learn how to add Instagram Reels cover

Option to change the order in carousel

We bring the option to change the order of your uploaded media for Instagram Carousel posts.

➡️ Learn how to change the order in carousel


January 31st, 2023

Help center and IG Reels

PostFlow Help Center

Help center ✨

To help you find information about PostFlow faster, we've launched a Help Center. 🔍
Now you can easily find and learn all about PostFlow. We'll gradually create articles documenting all PostFlow capabilities.

Instagram Reels

We've added support for Instagram Reels. You can now schedule Instagram Reels directly from your ClickUp workspace.

To schedule Instagram Reels, create a new post as you are used to in PostFlow and add a video in the appropriate format for IG Reels.

  • aspect ratio 9:16
  • recommended upload size: 1080x1920 pixels
  • supported video formats are .mov and .mp4
  • captions up to 2200 characters long

* We're preparing support for Instagram Reels cover image (thumbnail).

Other fixes and improvements

  • Option to change your login email
  • Fixed a few other minor bugs

PostFlow Facebook and Instagram integration

We're excited to announce new integrations for PostFlow! 🎉
Now you can share your Instagram and Facebook Page posts directly from your ClickUp workspace!

Instagram

With PostFlow, you can schedule post image, videos, or a carousel post (multiple photos and videos in one post). We are also preparing support for Instagram Reels.

To connect to PostFlow, you have to convert your account to Instagram Business account. Business accounts require to have a Facebook Page linked to them.

  • up to 10 images, videos, or a mix of the two in a single post (a carousel post)
  • supported image formats: jpg, png, webp
  • max image size 8MB
  • max video size 100MB
  • mentions via @
  • max 25 posts per day per account

Facebook Page

You can schedule and publish video posts or posts with up to 10 images. Mentioning other Facebook pages in a post is currently not supported.

  • video post (max 1GB)
  • GIF post
  • post with up to 10 images (max 4MB per image)

Metrics - save Twitter thread

We’ve made a couple of improvements to StoreToClickUp.

📊 Saving metrics

In addition to the content, public tweet metrics (likes, replies, retweets) are also saved. You can now filter your saved tweets and threads by how much of a social buzz they made.

🔒 Preventing duplicates

Do you save a lot of Twitter threads? Now you no longer have to worry about duplicate content. Duplicate tweets will no longer be saved to your ClickUp list.

You can modify both features in the StoreToClickUp settings in your PostFlow account.

Saved Twitter thread in ClickUp

With this StoreToClickUp update, your saved tweets will look even better in ClickUp!

🖼️ images directly in ClickUp

All images are now saved directly to ClickUp by default.

If you do not want to save media directly to ClickUp, you can disable this option in the settings.

🔗 expanded URL links

All links in the ClickUp task are expanded and displayed in full size.

🪐 clickable Twitter Space cards

User mentions are now clickable, and the link goes to the user's Twitter profile.

Twitter space link in ClickUp

👤 clickable @mentions

We recommend saving the content of the last tweet with an anchor as a template. You can then easily attach the ending tweet in two clicks.

Fixed:

  • 🐛 numbered lists fixed

October 25th, 2022

Quote the first tweet

Quote the first tweet

Quote the first tweet ✨

To quote the first tweet of your thread, use the anchor [QUOTE_FIRST_TWEET] in the last tweet.

We recommend saving the content of the last tweet with an anchor as a template. You can then easily attach the ending tweet in two clicks.

Other fixes and improvements

  • Keeping LinkedIn avatars up to date
  • Fixed uploading large videos for Twitter
  • Fixed a few other minor bugs

Social media management
in your ClickUp workspace!

Start free trial now