Besides the first cup of coffee our Fanpage Karma Morning Report is one of the most beautiful things you can start your day with. Well, maybe not the most beautiful but definitely the most useful, because it shows you the most important information about yesterday at one glance. So you stay up to date and don’t even have to lift a finger (ok, maybe your click-finger to open the email).
And because it is such a great feature, we sat down and gave the whole thing a makeover.
Morning Report 2.0
At first you’ll notice the new design. It’s much cleaner, has better structure and lets you access your information even faster. That saves you a lot of time if you’re used to check the developments of your dashboards and may give you an idea about what page to watch more closely.
We listened to our users and created the dashboard-summary, which shows you yesterday’s three best and worst pages regarding four KPIs and also tells you the top and flop post from that dashboard.
Right below you see the details for a Facebook page you’re observing. It has everything a Social Media- or Community Manager could ask for: All the KPIs, that are important, plus the best and worst post of that page.
And just after that we have a little treat for all those inspiration-hungry Community Managers and Content Creators out there: The most engaging posts of yesterday, sourced form over 100,000 Facebook pages. Here you can get some new ideas for your own content or just find great stuff to share with your fans.
Bonus: Weekly Summary
In addition to all the data, every monday you’ll get a little summary of last week’s development. That way you can easily see, if daily changes somehow influenced the average over a longer timer period.
How it works
If you’re not already using our Morning Report, just hop over to your dashboard-overview and click on the little “Send Morning Report” checkbox. Click on “more” and you also can define which pages you want to include.
Pro-, Premium- and Business Customers receive the report every day, Free Users once a week on wednesday.
Featured image: Martin Cathrae – CC-BY-SA