- Default Language
- Applause/Engagement Rate
- Facebook Engagement Counters
- Facebook Replies
- Use Facebook Business Manager
- Contact Locking
- Forward Mention Template
- Allowed IP Addresses
In case you wish to change your account name, you can do this here. Your account name is what you see displayed in the upper right hand corner.
Next to this, we also show you information on the following:
- Number of used topics out of the available number of topics
- Number of used users out of the available number of users
- Number of used streams out of the available number of streams
Here you have an overview of how much of a percentage of your available volume you have already used. Note that your allowed monthly volume of mentions depends on your specific pricing plan. If you have (almost) crossed your monthly allowed volume, you will be able to see here what topics are using above average volume allocations.
In order not to cross you monthly allowed volume, you can either adjust your topic settings, or upgrade your account to have more volume available. If you've already crossed your allowed volume, you will either have to delete a topic, or upgrade your account to have more volume available. Each first day of the month, we will reset the volume in your account.
This is example data you can add to your account in order to test CX Social. Just select a subject in the dropdown menu, and this data will be added to Settings > topics. This data doesn't take up any volume in your account.
The days of the week that are considered as weekend in your location can be determined here. This has an impact on our charts. If for instance you set that the weekend in your region is from Friday to Saturday, then the first day of the week in our charts will be Sunday.
When working in Inbox, you have the option to translate a mention using Bing. You can do this by selecting a mention and click on the little book icon.
The default language you want to translate to can be selected in Account Settings > Preferences:
For every mention, we automatically detect the sentiment (positive, negative, neutral, or unknown). This is based on state of the art machine learning and classification algorithms. We offer automatic sentiment analysis for English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Greek and Italian mentions.
If, however, you prefer to manually indicate the sentiment of your mentions, you can choose this here.
If you deactivate the automatic sentiment analysis in your account setup (Account Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Sentiment), then you also deactivate automatic sentiments from the past, they are all set to 'unset'. All mentions you've changed manually will stay.
Engagement Rate: This rate gives an indication of how many comments your posts, or posts in which you were mentioned, generated.
Applause Rate: This rate indicates how much applause your posts, or posts in which you where mentioned, generated. Applause includes all the actions which show appreciation: Likes on Facebook, Re-Tweets on Twitter, Likes on Instagram, Favorites on Soundcloud, +1's on Google Plus, and so on.
We offer two ways in which you can have those rates calculated: merely on your own posts or on all posts in which your account was mentioned. Your preferred mode of calculation can be chosen on this page.
- Engagement Rate Based on All Posts: The number of comments/replies received on posts sent by the profile or posts related to the profile (wall posts, @mentions, etc.) versus their own posts.
- Engagement Rate Based on Own Posts: The number of comments/replies received on just the posts sent by the profile versus their own posts.
- Applause Rate Based on All Posts: The amount of appreciation received on posts sent by the profile or posts related to the profile (wall posts, @mentions, etc.) versus their own posts.
- Applause Rate Based on Own Posts: The number of appreciation received on just the posts sent by the profile versus their own posts.
Do you want to include likes and comments on the original post you've made? Or do you want those original likes and comments, counted together with the engagement numbers generated by the stories of that post? More information about these figures can be found here.
Facebook has a feature for improving conversations on their platform: 'Replies'. It allows you to reply directly on a comment on one of your posts. In this way, you can start threaded conversations. We have implemented this feature in CX Social as well. By selecting this setting, your comments on Facebook comments in CX Social will be sent in the 'reply' format.
Some people use Facebook Business Manager to manage their Page. This can have an effect on whether or not this redirects on your Facebook mentions work (when clicking on a mention's time stamp or the small FB logo on a mention). We therefore have a clever system in place which detect if you're a Business Manager user, in order to redirect you correctly. However, if you don't want this, and always be referred to the general Facebook link, you can turn this option off.
This option changes the functionality of mention locking: instead of locking one mention, you'll lock all the mentions from one contact. So if you're handling a mention from John Doe, every other mention from John will also be locked.
Note: for a news mention, every mention from that domain will be locked.
Within CX Social, you have the option to forward a mention via email to someone who isn't an CX Social User. In this place, you can enter a default e-mail body that will be sent along with that mention.