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When processing connected sites, Missinglettr relies on RSS feeds to automatically discover and import your content. If your site doesn't have an RSS feed, you can still import campaigns manually. Co…

It is my pleasure to introduce the Missing Shortener. We were missing a letter for far too long, and I am happy to say that we finally found it - I present lttr.ai lttr.ai. Unlike other shorteners, w…

With Medium reposting, you don’t need to connect your account as you would with other social profiles. You’ll get that option when reviewing your drip campaign posts. Click on the "Re-publish to Medi…

If you're seeing the "No Content Found" or "Communication Error" message on one or more of your campaigns, then there is a chance that your website is blocking Missinglettr from reading content from…

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…

Even though Missinglettr was originally created for English, we now have users from all over the world, blogging in many different languages. It works because we use your blog content to create the s…

Yes! The Calendar view allows you to add any number of posts and schedule them to your social accounts. All you need to do is go to the "Scheduled" tab on your dashboard, and click the "Create new ..

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With Facebook groups, it may be necessary to install the Missinglettr app into your group. You can do this on Facebook, via the 'Settings' page accessible from the Group sidebar menu: Once there, scr…

If you have more than one author creating content on your blog, then add these meta tags to customize the campaign branding

Missinglettr sends to your personal feed by default. Keep reading to learn how to choose the page or group you want your content sent to.

Missinglettr relies on RSS feeds to discover and automatically import your newly published blog posts. 1. Creating a feed. If your site doesn't have an RSS feed , you can create one for free using Go…