How to use Chains

Chains are a unique tool on FPTraffic that make it very easy to automatically and instantly post content from one Profile to other Profiles.

For example, if you have a Facebook Page, Facebook Group, and Twitter account for your business, you may want to setup a Chain to automatically post anything that is published to your Page so it's also posted on your Twitter and Group.

In this case, your Scheduled Posts for your Facebook Page would automatically and instantly post to your Facebook Group and Twitter.

Your Facebook Page is what we call your Source Profile and your Group/Twitter would be Chained Profiles.

You can set up as many Chains as you want on your FPTraffic account, but each Chain can only include 1 Source Profile and up to 5 Chained Profiles.

How to Create a Chain

Creating a Chain on your FPTraffic account is easy:

1. Go to your Chains page.

2. Click Add a Chain.

3. Choose your Source Profile.

4. Click Continue.

5. Choose your Chained Profile.

6. Click Save Chain.

If you would like to add another Chained Profile to the Source Profile, simply click the Add a Chain button and select your Source Profile and your new Chained Profile or click on the Add button in the table listing all your Chains next to your first Chained Profile for the Source you want to add to.

Remove a Chained Profile

 If you would like to removed a Chained Profile, simply click on the name of the Chained Profile in the table showing all your Chains.

When you click the username for the Profile you want to remove, you want to be prompted to confirm you want to remove it.

Click OK and the Chained Profile will be removed from the Source Profile. If you have no Chained Profiles for a Source Profile, the Profile is removed from the list of Chains setup on your account until you add another Source Profile.

Chains are a great way to automate posting across social media profiles. Let us know if you have any questions!

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