In the Master Account Settings pick the tab Social profiles and Apps.

Facebook

  • First, connect your personal FB account.Β 

You have to be logged in to that personal account on Facebook when connecting it to ZoomSphere.

  • Now connect your FB pages

You must have Admin or Editor rights to the Facebook pages you want to connect to ZoomSphere to be able to do so:

  • Select a personal profile that will connect the pages:

  • Select which pages you want to connect to your ZoomSphere account:


Follow the similar or the same process with the rest of the social media networks.


With Instagram and Youtube, you are adding a channel/account directly without a need to connect personal profiles.

❗️ Please note that there are some conditions for connecting Instagram accounts:

  • The Instagram account needs to be in Business mode (NOT Creator)

  • The Instagram account needs to be linked with a Facebook page that you manage (i.e. you have admin or editor rights for a given page)

  • If the administrator of your page requires two-factor authentication, it needs to be set up at your personal Facebook profile as well, as you manage the Facebook page linked with your Instagram account. 😊 You can read more on this topic here.

Now your pages are connected, you can start adding them to your apps.Β 


πŸ’‘ Once you connect new profiles to ZoomSphere, don’t forget to:


1. Connect the profile with apps

Once you connect a new profile to ZoomSphere, don't forget to connect this new profile to your Scheduler and other apps.


Select Data Sources and click on the icon of the new profile. Once the icon is blue framed, it is connected.


2. Give access to your teammates

Open the main Settings and select Users & Team, where you set access and a role to each teammate.



Select Data Sources and click on the new profiles and assign roles. Then hit the Save button.


That's it! Now you are ready to schedule posts.πŸ™‚


If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us via the in-app chat or on our email support@zoomsphere.com πŸ™‚

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