Bulk moderation of community posts


Bulk moderation of community posts

Just in case you were in the mood for yet another update this week, over the next several days we’ll be rolling out a feature for communities that allows moderators to bulk select posts for moderation in the Likely Spam and Held for Review queues.

Moderators can initiate the feature by clicking on Select Posts in the upper left of the queue. This will enable a multiple-select checkbox interface with an accompanying Select All option to apply ban/approve/reject moderation actions in bulk.

Delete, report, block


Delete, report, block

Hello folks, a third update this week. By popular demand, we’ll be rolling out a feature over the next few days that will allow you to perform a delete, report, and block action on comments on your posts.

This is similar to the remove, report, and ban action we launched a while ago for community moderators:
https://plus.google.com/+LeoDeegan/posts/3NGFAhREovQ
https://plus.google.com/+LeoDeegan/posts/WjcFN66eRgg

The launch today, however, is to provide you an equivalent action on your own posts.

To invoke this feature, select “Delete, report, and block” from a comment. You can optionally select “Also delete recent comments by this user” if you want to additionally remove recent comments from the user on your posts.

Incidentally, this image is for illustrative purposes. I am not actually planning on blocking Greg Wolfe, who is a valuable member of our team (and also the lead for this feature).

Community Insights dashboard


Community Insights dashboard

Hello folks, over the next several days, we’ll be rolling out a new dashboard for community moderators that provides informative metrics for their communities.

Moderators will notice a new community “Manage” button (previously “Moderate”). The Insights dashboard appears as the first tab and includes helpful membership and engagement metrics.

You can read more from our G Suite blog post here, which also describes a community report for G Suite admins:
https://gsuiteupdates.googleblog.com/2017/12/new-google-community-metrics-for-g.html

And you can refer to the Help Center article here:
https://support.google.com/plus/answer/6320413

Advanced search operators


Advanced search operators

Over the next few days, we’ll be rolling out advanced search operators to the Google+ search box to assist you in refining your Google+ search queries. For example, I typed from:”Ina Gat” has:photo commenter:me into the search box and rediscovered this nice bokeh shot from Ina Gat.

You can search for posts that have particular attachments (like has:poll), posts where you were mentioned (like mention:me), posts before or after a date (like before:2016-04-01), posts in communities or collections, and more! You can even use operators like AND, NOT, and OR.

Read the complete set of rules at: https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1669519

Enjoy!

We’re releasing Zapier integration to public beta.

We’re releasing Zapier integration to public beta.

Use invitation link to join the public beta https://zapier.com/platform/public-invite/1557/62a5c22cb0162a5a172d1d2fe6e78839/

Social media automation can help you to save time, achieve more and faster when done right and now you can automate core Friends+Me actions like create a new post and draft.

#zapier #automation

https://blog.friendsplus.me/zapier-support-now-in-public-beta-e4045689a8ea