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Analytics for Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest Merged

We would like to see the analytics for Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. This will make the Team Members feature more useful and help us move away from having Team Members and Customers use a separate platform for viewing analytics. 

  • Shane Keller
  • Dec 13 2018
  • Future consideration
  • Spencer Dennis commented
    December 14, 2018 04:28

    Later has the simplest posting I've seen, just wish if it only had better analytics.

  • Rob Villanueva commented
    December 18, 2018 22:45

    Twitter and Facebook analytics should be a no brainer and super helpful, especially when you're running campaign reports across the major social platforms. It would be an awesome compliment to everything you guys already offer. Thanks,

  • Rob Villanueva commented
    December 18, 2018 22:45

    More data, better decisions. 

  • Charles Haynes commented
    29 Jan 22:52

    Analytics and demographics information is incredibly important for us to maintain parity between platforms and for reporting purposes. Currently, you have to either go to multiple platforms, login on mobile or desktop into client accounts, or use multiple other third parties.

  • Jen Meredith commented
    10 Feb 21:10

    This, and weekly reports for all these platforms would be perfect! One step further would be the ability to merge all of these platforms into one weekly report to send to clients.

  • brenda monterrey commented
    03 Jun 13:57

    Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest would be a total game changer!

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    Roger Patterson commented
    18 Jun 23:03

    Pinterest and Twitter analytics are both available on Later.

  • Jessica Goncalves commented
    20 Jun 13:57

    Later really has such simple posting - but the lacking facebook analytics are what's going to keep me from using it. As soon as this is implemented I'd happily go back to later!

  • Jenn Jenison commented
    20 Jun 23:57

    Part of the agreement for management to purchase this tool for me was that in return I would provide analytics  that track progress and make sure they are getting the most of their money. It would really help to streamline all the analytic information I would give them, which includes facebook! 

  • Alexa Chappellet commented
    19 Aug 23:00

    I wish I didn’t have to go to so many platforms and apps to get the information I need! Better analytics across the board would help... especially analytics for Facebook!

  • Steve Lewis commented
    30 Aug 14:12

    Facebook analytics would be very helpful. We have Twitter and Instagram numbers - seems silly to leave one out. 

  • Jay Dickens commented
    04 Sep 07:07

    Facebook analytics is  a must! also the ability to merge all of these platforms into one monthly report to send to clients.

  • Emily Lutz commented
    11 Sep 14:44

    I'm currently trying out your software and not having Facebook analytics might be a deal breaker.  I really love the software, but it adds hours of work for me to have to manually go into each client's FB analytics and do the reporting on my own.  

  • Jerusalem Dateline commented
    26 Sep 10:02

    Definitely!! 

  • Vignesh Kumarasamy commented
    25 Oct 06:07

    We strongly suggest you to offer Facebook analytics. We live in India and Facebook is the main platform for 90% of advertisers here. Missing the FB analytics is not gonna serve the whole purpose of subscribing Later. 

  • cadence miller commented
    31 Oct 20:29

    Later is awesome but needs simple improvements like Facebook analytics and alacarte options. I have paid for the highest platform and only need to use about 50% of it.