- LinkedIn Sharing Improvements
- Twitter Sharing Improvements
- Update Minimum Version Support for iOS to iOS14
- Bug Fixes and other Enhancements
LinkedIn Sharing Improvements
To help foster a culture of sharing and amplify your employee's voices, we've improved our sharing capabilities to LinkedIn in the following ways:
- Respect formatting in share text when sharing a post to LinkedIn
- Improved Display of Shared LinkedIn Content (on LinkedIn)**
- Native video posts can now be shared to LinkedIn!
Respect formatting in share text when sharing a post to LinkedIn
Users can now use hashtags and break lines in their share text, and we'll respect those when we share!
Native video posts can now be shared to LinkedIn!
Previously to get a video to appear like it had been posted directly in LinkedIn, you had to first upload the video to LinkedIn and then add it to your post with a link through our advance settings.
Now when you want create a post with a video you only need to add the video to your post in our platform and when the post is published to LinkedIn it will display like a native video.
Twitter Sharing Improvements
Native video posts can now be shared to Twitter!
Similar to LinkedIn, to get a video to appear like it had been posted directly in Twitter, you had to first upload the video to Twitter and then add it to your post with a link through our advance settings.
Now when you want create a post with a video you only need to add the video to your post in our platform and when the post is published to Twitter it will display like a native video.
Update minimum version support for iOS to iOS14
As Firstup has evolved, new mobile features and concepts (such as re-imagining the home feed experience) are being introduced that can't be represented in older OS version. To improve overall support and consistency, we're updating our minimum supported version on iOS to iOS14. On October 1, 2022, we will begin to enforce this requirement more broadly across all communities.
Bug Fixes & Other Enhancements
- Previously when sharing content to LinkedIn, our app (web and mobile) wouldn't "learn" that a user's LinkedIn authentication had expired until after the user had tried to share. Our app now checks for expired LinkedIn authentication when the user first loads it, and if needed will prompt the user to reauthenticate when they try to share.
- Long Quick Link/Custom Pages set to pop-up display mode will no longer be cut off when viewed.
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