Let’s say you’re a marketing manager and you want to enable other people in your team to tweet from your company Twitter account. Or perhaps you have a personal Twitter account and you’d like your assistant to be able to Tweet from your account from time to time.
Until now the only option was to share your Twitter password around your team and trust them with full access to your account.
Delegate Access to Your Twitter Account
Now when you go to your CubeSocial Networks and Services page, you can click on the Actions button to delegate access to one of your colleagues.
Choose who you want to delegate access to and assign an access level. That’s right, not only do you no longer need to share passwords, you also can restrict access and, for instance, keep your private messages truly private.
Add as Many Twitter Accounts as You Want
The other change you’ll see on your Networks and Services page, is the Add New button on the top-right. If you have multiple Twitter accounts for your company, just keep on adding as many as you like.
We hope you find these new features useful. Let us know your thoughts below. Happy Tweeting!