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Navigating The Hub

The hub is the central content planning interface for the Metigy platform. It is designed around the calendar to be both familiar and easy to navigate. In this article, you will become familiar with the way it works.

The Hub Homepage

  1. This is the main calendar view showing the current month. You can hop between the months by clicking the arrows either side of the month name
  2. Switch between a weekly and a monthly view
  3. Content pieces scheduled to go live on this day (see "A Day in more detail" below)
  4. Create content or an activation
  5. Search the calendar
  6. Alternative way to navigate the months. Particularly useful when looking at the week view
  7. Filters for the content shown on the calendar view

A Day in more detail

In this example of a day, we have 3 posts visible, and two more hidden. To view the extra days, click on the '2 More text'.

For each post in that list:

  • the yellow dot means that the post is in draft
  • the time indicates the time on that day it will publish
  • the twitter icon identified that this will publish to Twitter. If the content is set to multiple networks, each network's icon is listed.

Preview Panel 

  1. The Status of this post. If you click on it, you can change the status to ready or keep it as a draft
  2. The time it will publish and links to edit it
  3. Tools (see below)
  4. The Networks this content is set to publish to
  5. Preview of the actual content of the post including the image and link
  6. Some statistics on the post if it is live


  1. The initials of the author
  2. Drop down menu with links to all locations a post is posted to (only available once it is approved for pre-schedule or has been published live)
  3. Comments and count of number of comments if any
  4. Edit this post
  5. Open as page overlay - this makes reviewing and editing easier
  6. Change the workflow stage of the post
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Gregory Brine
CPO & Co-Founder

Greg has a passion for what AI and Deep Learning can bring to the MarTech stack and how small and medium businesses can benefit from these new technologies. He has over 20 years experience as an engineer and product developer, having worked for significant global marketing agencies, Razorfish and We Are Social.