Twitter API v2 update now available
During August 2020, Twitter has started to roll out updates to its API. In this release they decided to improve data handling. You can find the whole list of improvements here. At quintly, we've implemented those changes into our data layer, extending the Tweet level reporting with much needed granularity. You will get the detailed write up in this article.learn more
Move last updated and tags columns into compound cell
The idea is to remove the need for a separate column in post table metrics and to avoid confusion between the post's creation and last import time.
We have introduced a new column named isPageAnswer to indicate exactly that information. This can be very helpful to analyze the answers made by the Page itself.
NEW: Completely new data source that handles the profile level public data,learn more
Improve metric builder metric navigation
Improvement to the navigation from metric builder to the same metric. You can now quickly open any metric in the metric builder, quick analysis, or discover section.
The other improvement is to add a metric to the dashboard directly from the metric builder.
Engagement Rate By Tweet Type
See how different tweet types perform for your pages based on the average engagement rate.learn more
Interaction Rate By Tweet Type
See how different tweet types perform for your pages based on the average interaction rate.learn more
Show unfulfilled private stats as warning in post tagging
Improved warning for not authenticated accounts in post tagging section. You will be able to see the data for the profiles that data have been fetched.
We are thrilled to announce this feature, not only because it was one of the most requested data sources from both our customers and potential prospects, but also because it was one of the most challenging implementations for our product team.learn more
Tooltip for unsupported filters/features in a data source's detail page
Thanks to this small UI improvement, you will be able to quickly see what features are available for each data source
Make partial filter application state transparent
Transparently shows if only some of the data sources used by a metric support a filter. This is known as the partial application of a filter and completes the existing states of fully supported and not supported.
Tweet Type Distribution
See how tweets are distributed between different types.learn more
A batch of TikTok default metrics
A list of metrics on both Profile and Post level that will help you get started analyzing TikToklearn more
Introduction of Timezones in the metrics
We have decided to add a timezone next to the time displayed in the metric. This adds a layer of transparency in reporting and is especially useful
Selection state per page when paginating in post tagging section
We now keep the user selection per page. this might save users time when navigating across pages (back and forth)
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