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If you want to have a clear preview of your scheduled posts, you'll find the Calendar view very useful. Just select Calendar from the left-hand menu. In the top left, you can select your view. You ha…

Schedule templates allow users to choose between available campaign layouts or create their own. With schedule templates, you can create campaigns that last for a few days or up to 2 years. To access…

If you've added your LinkedIn account but can't see one of your pages as an option, then read on. When you add your LinkedIn account, we will by default send campaign content to your personal feed. I…

If you are subscribed to the Business or Team plan, it is possible to link your PixelMe account and use it as the default shortener when creating your campaigns. To configure it, head to Settings ->…

Once you have your Workspace setup , you need to point Missinglettr toward your first content source. This tells us where to look for new content to create Drip Campaigns. Start by navigating to your…

It's possible to turn any valid link into a campaign by using the Create button on the bottom left-hand side of the Campaign dashboard. After clicking on + Create a popup will appear: ​After inputtin…

Right now, posting is limited to just one Medium account, no matter how many sites you have connected. We’re working on this feature and you can track its progress right here.

Add another site to your Missinglettr account.

Connect your blog to Missinglettr and start posting automated campaigns to your social media.

Your Instagram Account needs to be a Business Account. If you have tried to connect your Instagram account to Missinglettr and the profile you want is not showing as available, one of the first thing…

In order for Missinglettr to be able to discover posts on your blog, we require that you have a valid RSS feed. An RSS feed holds the important information regarding your latest blog posts, for exa..

We support all the major blogging platforms - WordPress, Blogger, Squarespace... It doesn’t matter where you built your site, as long as you have an active RSS feed with all of your posts in it. If y…