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Social posts - multiword tagging

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Social posts - multiword tagging

Hi CC,

 

We experience a lack of ability to tag social media profiles where the username is constructed of multiple words separated by whitespace characters.
Is there an option (syntactically or other) to allow for tagging such usernames?

 

it is somewhat annoying to have to edit the posts after they are send out.

 

best regards,

Bjørn K.

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Re: Social posts - multiword tagging

Hello @ArneK0 ,

 

At this time the social inbox / posting tool only allows for single-world hashtagging. I have tracked your feedback for the engineers, while they continue to look for ways to improve the tool. In the meantime, if you need a space between words being tagged, I'd recommend either using an underscore or just capitalizing the first letter of each separate word. Otherwise, if Facebook, Insta, and other social media allow for this directly on their sites, you can also do it after the post has been made, if necessary.


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Re: Social posts - multiword tagging

Hello @ArneK0 ,

 

At this time the social inbox / posting tool only allows for single-world hashtagging. I have tracked your feedback for the engineers, while they continue to look for ways to improve the tool. In the meantime, if you need a space between words being tagged, I'd recommend either using an underscore or just capitalizing the first letter of each separate word. Otherwise, if Facebook, Insta, and other social media allow for this directly on their sites, you can also do it after the post has been made, if necessary.


William D
Community & Social Media Support

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