New: Email notification preferences 📫

New

Like snail mail, this one is loooong overdue... but you can now control which emails (and notifications) you get from us. Yay 🎉!

Just head to Settings > Notifications where you can toggle on / off whatever you'd like:

New: Quote Tweets & unfurled links 🔗

New

Hot on the heels of our recent Twitter updates, we're excited to share two more improvements we think your team will love: support for quote Tweets and auto-expanded Twitter status links!

Quote Tweets, retweets with a comment, are now supported in Reply and will be shown with a nice preview, including any attached media. The same goes for any Twitter status links shared in a Tweet too!

You'll no longer need to blindly click on a status link or head to Twitter for more context 🙌.

New: hiding Facebook comments 👻

New

Another Friday update, coming in hot! Along with deleting Facebook comments, you can now also hide comments directly from Reply too:

Go forth and moderate 😊.

Respond is now Buffer Reply 🎉

New

We're excited to share that Respond is now Buffer Reply. New name, same great product you've come to love.

Why the change?

Our new name reflects where we're headed – towards a better connected family of products at Buffer. We're excited to share more on this with you soon!

Do I need to do anything?

Nope, you're all set! We've worked hard to make the transition as seamless as possible for you.

New: Facebook wall posts ✍️

New

It's Friday and we've got a nice little update to start your weekend right.

Today we're rolling out support for Facebook wall posts (visitor posts). Along with comments on your own posts, you can now reply to visitor wall posts, and comments on those posts, too.

If you've already connected a Facebook page to Respond there's nothing you need to do. New wall posts (and their comments) will start appearing in your team inbox shortly.

Twitter: more room for replies

Improvement

Today we're rolling out an update to give teams more room when replying to Tweets. Specifically, these items will no longer count toward your 140-character limit:

  • @names when replying to a Tweet
  • Media attachments like gifs or images
  • Invite to Direct Message links

Minor improvements and bug fixes 🐛

Fix

Today we're fixing a few pesky bugs:

  • Tweet likes should now be in sync when switching between Twitter accounts for replies. Thanks Mateusz!
  • Facebook comment replies are no longer treated like Tweets and limited to 140 characters. Yikes, sorry about that one!
  • "Could not get friendship status" errors are now greatly reduced. We hope we're still friends ;-).
  • Minor copy fixes – Instargram is now Instagram.

Instagram Early Access

New

Today we're rolling out early access to our latest channel integration: Instagram 🚀.

If your team is interested in getting early access before the full release later this month, shoot us a Facebook message, Twitter DM or email.

New: date presets for reports 📈

New

We added a few new improvements to date picking in reports including preset date ranges, and an all new date picker for custom date ranges:

Minor improvements and bug fixes 🐞

Improvement

Today we're releasing a handful of improvements and bug fixes, including:

  • You can now send more than one Facebook Message outside of a 24 hour window, making it possible to follow up with users long after the fact. Hooray!
  • Slack notification settings for Facebook are back from vacation now available again.
  • You can now select and apply bulk actions to conversations even if a team member is currently viewing a specific conversation.
  • You can now choose to reply to a previous Tweet (a Tweet earlier in a conversation before your account is @mentioned).
  • Including an "Invite to DM link" now adds a visual indicator to the composer instead of an actual link.
  • Tag / folder color dots are now squares to avoid confusion with other status indicators. ⚫️ ➡ ⬛️

No published changelogs yet.

Surely buffer-reply will start publishing changelogs very soon.

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