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CrewFire Updates: Twitter, Custom Date Range Stats, Edit/Archive Blasts

Alan VanToai

April 18, 2016

Hey folks - we've been busy.

Along with a host of exciting updates in the pipeline (the next few weeks are going to be big...) we’ve quietly been releasing consistent updates to the CrewFire platform that continue to make CrewFire even more powerful and effective for all of you.

Here’s a quick update the latest, including a few sneak peaks for some things to come :)



Twitter



Earlier this year, we announced that we had to rework our Twitter workflow, and temporarily pulled our support for Twitter.

A few weeks ago, we reintroduced Twitter support, so you can now suggest content for your users and ambassadors to share on Twitter!

Aside from Twitter, and just as a little teaser, Instagram support continues to be our most requested feature, and we have a big announcement coming related to Instagram for you all here in the next few days. Stay tuned :)


Custom Date Ranges on Stats



Previously, the leaderboard/rankings page just showed all-time points and stats, making it hard for admins to gauge performance of their teams over certain date ranges (say: this month, this week, last 30 days, etc…)

Now, as Admins you’ll be able to select custom date ranges (along with a few common presets: today, yesterday, last 7 days, last 30 days…) for stats, so you can better gauge your teams performance over certain date ranges:

This update is the first in a series of major updates we’ll be bringing to the stats and reporting over the next few weeks. Again, stay tuned!


Edit/Archive Blasts



Last but not least for now - many of you have been lamenting the fact that, before, if you messed up while creating a Blast for your team, there was no way to edit or cancel the blast.

Lament no more! We recently released the Edit and Archive blast features.

Now, you can edit blasts after they’ve been posted, in case you made any typos, errors, or mistakes when you created them. Just click the little Pencil icon in the top right hand corner of any blast to edit it’s contents for your team.

Want to scrap a blast entirely? The new “Archive” option (the tray icon next to the Edit option) archives the blast so it can no longer be shared by your team.

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And that’s that!

As I mentioned - we have some major product updates in the pipeline releasing in the next few days and weeks, along with other general updates that will make CrewFire even more powerful, useful, and affordable for marketing teams.

Stay tuned :)

-AVT

WRITTEN BY

Alan VanToai

Co-Founder of CrewFire