This support article is written to help you in reviewing and opting into post created by administrators. It shows you the notification methods, ways to review and how to opt-in.
For a piece of opt-in content, there are 3 states:
Anywhere you can control the opt-in state, you will see a toggle switch with the 3 positions.
Toggling that button will immediately change the opt-in state of the piece of content. The toggle will be available until the post is published. See the FAQs at the end for more information.
Please note that you cannot put a piece of content back into "needs review". This is a private system only setting.
Metigy likes to not bombard you with notifications, but we obviously need to make sure you are aware of content posting opportunities.
With that in mind, we will attempt to draw your attention to it in 3 different ways.
This is the first method. You will receive an email from Metigy alerting you to a new piece of content being available for you to review. In the email, we show you an outline of the posting location(s), date, type, content and images or links included in the post.
Then, at the end is a button which will take you into the Content Curator on Metigy to confirm if you want to opt-in or not.
Metigy uses Action Cards as a way to help you make decisions. For opt-in posts, we will create a card telling you that there is a post to review:
From the card you can do one of two things:
This is the most subtle way that Metigy highlights an opt-in post. In the calendar, it shows as a piece of content with an outline that means the following:
Mousing over the piece of content will bring up the Preview where you can quickly opt-in.
Because your time is limited, we provide the opt-in functionality in 3 distinct places. The first two provide a quick preview and action. The 3rd lets you see more detail about the content, including a preview of how it might look in the live location.
This is the first preview you see in the content planner. It shows you the content of the post and the location(s) it will post to. You can use the opt-in switch at the top of the preview to quickly action this item.
Please note that this is just showing you the content and not how it will look when it is published.
Within the action card, if you've clicked +Quick Review you will see the content of the post, along with when it will be posted, to which locations and what type of content it is.
If you are happy with the content of the post and how it looks, you can use the opt-in switch at the end of the card. This change is saved instantly.
The full content preview is shown with the Content Curator (fine out more about creating your own content).
Every location you have access to is previewed on the right with an approximation of how it will look and behave when they are published. This includes displaying links, images and videos.
If you are happy with the content of the post and how it looks, you can use the opt-in switch in the footer of the editor. This change is saved instantly.
Please note that you cannot make changes to the content yourself. See the FAQ answer below.
Yes! You can change your mind at any time before the post is published. Once it's published though, you cannot change your mind. For more information on content states, read our Content Status support article.
No. As this is a piece of content that has been created by brand administrators, you cannot make changes.
You can email the brand manager and ask for content to be modified. It will be up to them to decide whether or not to implement the suggested change.
Absolutely! As a user of Metigy, you will get access to the Content Curator which will allow you to create and post content to your page(s). Check out the Getting to Know the Content Curator support article for more information.
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