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iOS App Launched Into Beta

We’re excited to launch the first version of our iOS app for Schedugram into beta testing. The first version of the app only has the most common functions people use Schedugram for. We don’t expect the mobile apps to entirely replace our web version, but we know that for many customers, you want to be…

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Instagram Carousel: multiple images or videos in one Instagram post

Last week Instagram announced a feature we’re calling Carousel (some call it multiple images, gallery posts, etc). With this feature, users can now add up to 10 images and videos in one post. Instagram’s suggestions for where this can be used includes: Share your favorite moments of your best friend’s surprise birthday party, from setting…

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How is Schedugram different to Later.com?

A number of customers have asked us about the difference between Schedugram’s offering and Latergram’s Instagram scheduling solution. The two services are quite different – each has their advantages though, and we’ll unpack them here. How it works Schedugram does it all for you, while Latergram is just a reminder service. Schedugram works by using…

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How is Schedugram different to Hootsuite?

A number of customers have asked us about the difference between Schedugram’s offering and Hootsuite’s new (as of August 2015) Instagram scheduling. The two services are quite different – each has their advantages though, and we’ll unpack them here. Schedugram works by using physical devices and an automation layer on top of the official Instagram…

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Our expectations of customers

Instagram has announced they’re cracking down on low quality content and spam. I actually think this is a good sign – they want the content to be quality, and are working to reduce the rubbish that is prolific on all popular platforms (spammers follow traffic, whatever platform people use).They also published new community guidelines. We…

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Emoji Support! 😀👍

Another one of our frequently requested features is finally here – we now support Emojis in our captions (and comments too). Adding Emoji is a bit tricky though. It’s much easier if you’re a Google Chrome user – get the “Chromoji” extension (click here) and it will both display them (Chrome by default doesn’t display Emoji…

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“First Comment” feature now live!

A popular request that we’ve had has been to allow our users to post both a caption and a “first comment”.  It’s quite common for brands to write a caption, and then put the relevant hashtags in the first comment – this lets you have a more “normal” caption while still getting you the benefit…

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