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It’s our 200th episode!!
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[Now Live for Enterprise] Keep Control Over Your Social Presence with Draft Only Permissions in the Social Tool
“Enterprise users of HubSpot's social tools can now maintain greater control over their social presence by setting draft only permissions for specific users within their account.
Navigating to users and teams settings, users with admin access will be able to edit the permissions of individual users or a group of users within their portal.
When editing permissions, navigate over to the Marketing tab, and for social publishing, you’ll now have the option to give users “Draft only” permissions.
Users with “Draft only” permissions will only be able to save social posts as drafts. If you have draft only permissions, you will be able to edit or delete social posts up until they are scheduled to be published. Once a user with permissions to publish has approved your drafts, you will not be able to edit these posts any more.
Once drafts are created, users with the “All accounts” social publishing permission can review and approve drafted social posts, individually or in bulk.”
[Now Live in Enterprise] Create Membership-Content
“This new feature enables customers to specify a list of contacts who should have access to content. Once that list is created, every individual can create their own username and password to login to view that content.
Each user in the list can set their own unique username and password and will have to login when they encounter a page you have set as private.”