26.02 2020 11:44h

Facebook's Creator Studio is now an application too

Creator Studio by Facebook is coming to your smartphone very soon
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An insights dashboard for creators and publishers made its debut in August 2018; however, it’s now available as a mobile app on both iOS and Android.

The app is similar to its desktop version as the Creator Studio app will allow users to track the performance of their content across Facebook Pages, schedule content and make adjustments to posts, respond to messages, and more according to tech news website TechCrunch.

The announcement of the app was made last week at VidCon London by Facebook Director of Entertainment for Northern Europe Anna Higgs and Ladbaby, a content creator with more than 4 million Facebook followers.

Users will be able to find content performance statistics, for example: “1-minute views”, “avg. minutes viewed”, as well as engagement statistics such as the number of comments, shares, and more.

Creator Studio’s application will allow users to view both published and scheduled posts, as well as allow them to make speedy changes to titles or descriptions as the user sees fit.

Users can also delete posts as well as reschedule posts or publish posts in their drafts, along with viewing incoming messages and responding to comments while on the go.

Content creators can also toggle between the different accounts during their session, without having to log out and log back in as a different user, according to TechCrunch. This is useful to those with a large social media presence as well as those who have a business that involves multiple pages.

The application will send out immediate notifications for key milestones and important events, according to TechCrunch. The new Facebook application is free to download on both iOS and Android!

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