Learn how to configure your account with our step-by-step guide: http://everypost.me/blog/how-to-configure-your-everypost-account/
Learn how here: http://everypost.me/blog/schedule-view-edit-pending-posts/
Click here to learn more: http://everypost.me/blog/share-posts-dropbox-email/
If you have not received an email with the verification code, please try checking into your email’s Spam folder. If the code is not in Spam, you may also try to login with your Facebook account, this will not require you to input a code.
Since Google Plus has not released an official API for app developers yet, we’ve come up with our own solution, developed in-house, to allow you to post to both personal and company Google Plus pages. Here are some solutions that may help you add Google Plus:
You will need to disable Google 2-Step Verification in order to connect your Google Plus account to Everypost. Please visit this link on your device to disable 2-step verification: https://www.google.com/settings/security
Some users have received an additional error, even after disabling 2-step verification. In this case, you will need to complete the Google Unlock Captcha so as to allow Everypost access to your account from a new application. Please visit this link on your device to complete the Unlock Captcha: https://accounts.google.com/b/0/DisplayUnlockCaptcha
Since Google+ does not offer a public API, Everypost does not guarantee its proper functioning. Some users may encounter issues connecting their accounts or posts being inconsistently sent. At this time, we cannot offer additional technical support, as this network is very unreliable. Google+ can only be activated in LAB mode, where use of this network remains at the sole discretion of the user. We apologize for this inconvenience that this may cause. Hopefully, in the near future Google+ will support third party posting apps.
You don’t need to worry, these are our servers! Unfortunately Google does not provide an official API, so Everypost emulates a web session to publish content. These connections are made from different Everypost servers, some of them located in Portland, Oregon. Google sometimes can detect this activity as suspicious because it has registered other logins done by the user from another location in a short time period.
Try logging out and logging back into the Twitter under settings. If that does not work, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not yet, but we're working to make that happen!
We’re waiting on Instagram to release a public API. We’d love to add Instagram, but it is currently closed to integration with third-party posting applications.
In some cases when you log in outside your country Pinterest protects your account and ask for a password change. You should complete the steps Pinterest requests and after that you will be able to log in again.
Since Pinterest does not offer a public API, Everypost cannot guarantee its proper functioning. Some users may encounter issues with their boards not being recognized or posts being inconsistently sent. At this time, we cannot offer additional technical support, as this network is very unreliable. Pinterest can only be activated in LAB mode, where use of this network remains at the sole discretion of the user. We apologize for this inconvenience that this may cause. Hopefully, in the near future Pinterest will support third party posting apps.
Not yet, but we’re working on it!
Photo filters are currently only available if you are using Everypost on an iOS device.
Click here to view our filter guide: http://everypost.me/blog/everypost-photo-filters/
The ability to customize your posts appears once you have selected at least two social networks to publish content to and begin writing. Click here to learn how this feature works: http://everypost.me/blog/how-to-use-everypost-customization-feature/
Yes, your personal contacts information is automatically synced to the Everypost app to populate social media contact information such as Twitter handles.
Yes, Everypost is compatible with iPad, iPod touch, Android phones and tablet devices.
Yes! With Everypost you can publish content to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ company pages.
Click here for our detailed guides:
- Facebook Company Pages: http://everypost.me/blog/cross-post-company-pages/
- LinkedIn & Google+ Company Pages: http://everypost.me/blog/cross-post-company-pages/
For a step-by-step guide, click here: http://everypost.me/blog/extend-your-tweets/
Everypost currently supports publishing content to the following: Facebook Personal Profiles, Facebook Pages, Twitter, Google+ Personal Pages, Google+ Business Pages, LinkedIn Personal Pages, LinkedIn Company Pages, Pinterest Boards, Tumblr Blogs, Dropbox, and Email.
Yes! When you tap the hashtag sign, a list of trending hashtags will appear, which is updated every half hour. You can also use the @ to mention to users through the app. Keep in mind, Everypost will just show the contacts you have integrated into your iOS mobile device’s address book when you tap the “@” button in the app (this process is automatic in Android).
Everypost is compatible with iOS and Android devices (mobile and tablet)
All browsers are compatible, including Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
When you receive the error "Access Token Expired" on any of your social media channels, you will need to logout of your social media account(s) within Everypost and login again.. This should do the trick! If after this you are still having issues, please contact us at: email@example.com
Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.