Will People Know I'm Using SmarterQueue?
In This Article
- Publishing To Facebook
- Publishing To Twitter
- Publishing To LinkedIn
- Publishing To Instagram
- Publishing To Pinterest
Posts published to Facebook Groups via SmarterQueue will display a SmarterQueue link. This is not advertising on our behalf, this is something that Facebook requires, as they force apps to be displayed on personal posts.
While some other tools allow you to create your own Facebook app to bypass the tool’s own branding, this is not something officially supported by Facebook and places you (and your posting ability) at risk of being shut down.
Facebook Pages, on the other hand, display a “Published by SmarterQueue” link, but it is not visible to your Facebook followers. This is only visible to the page admins.
Displays a “Published by SmarterQueue” link, but it will not be visible to your Facebook followers (i.e. only page managers will see this).
The post will appear to be published by the Page itself. The reason Facebook shows this is to Page managers is so that you and other Page admins can keep track of who added the posts to your page; whether they were added by you, another page admin, or an app you use.
Displays a small grey “SmarterQueue” link above the post. The post will appear to be published by the personal profile that you used to connect the group to SmarterQueue. At this time, Facebook does not allow us to publish to your Group as a linked business page.
The reason Facebook shows this is so that you and other Page and Group admins can keep track of who added the posts to your page; whether they were added by you, another page admin, or an app you use.
Publishing To Twitter
Your followers won’t see any indication that you’re using SmarterQueue to publish your posts when browsing through their Twitter Feed.
Your Tweet will only show that it was created via SmarterQueue if you access it to view it individually.
This applies to all 3rd party applications, as well as the multiple ways to post on Twitter individually, like iOS app, Android app, or Web Browser.
The only exception on the Twitter Feed comes up if you publish a video that is longer than 140 seconds.
These longer videos can’t be published natively on Twitter, so we host them on our own servers. Your audience will see a link to your video in your post, that points to the video hosted on our servers.
Publishing To LinkedIn
Text posts to LinkedIn will show no indication of being published with SmarterQueue. LinkedIn’s API restricts third-party apps from publishing images and videos natively. So, we will host your images and videos on SmarterQueue servers.
If you post an image or a video to LinkedIn, your audience will see a SmarterQueue link pointing to your media hosted on our servers.
Publishing To Instagram
On Instagram, you publish your posts yourself (with help from SmarterQueue).
We don’t post on your behalf so your audience will not know that you are using a scheduling tool.
Publishing To Pinterest
On Pinterest, you can create and publish your own content or re-share content from your boards and boards you follow and there will be no indication you are using SmarterQueue.