written by
Sam Fielding

New Updates to Collaboration and Approvals, Plus New Channels!

Feature Updates 1 min read
new features january 2019
Hello, new features! πŸ™Œ

Welcome to our first update of 2019. We have tons of features that we want to implement this year and can't wait make them all a reality. What do we have in store for you this time? Let's take a look together...

πŸ”– Custom UTM Tags

Want to change every aspect of your UTM tag? No problem, just use our new generator to tailor it to your needs. It's also great for beginners (like this help article).

Customize UTM tags for each story and channel
Customize UTM tags for each story and channel

πŸ’Ό Google My Business Channel

Share your stories directly to your business page on Google. They will then be visible in Google Search and Google Maps. Increased visibility! Set it up here.

StoryChief Google My Business channel
StoryChief Google My Business profile with the recent post

😎 Webflow Channel

Creating content for Webflow websites has never been easier. No plugin or technical setup necessary. Give it a try today!

Webflow integration
Unlock new blogging options with StoryChief native integration

πŸ‘πŸ» Improved Approval Flow

It is now possible to leave feedback after being asked to approve a story. View the entire approval history to get an overview of what has been said.

StoryChief improved your approval flow
Leave feedback and approve faster

πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ•ΊNew Collaboration Features

Tag colleagues and other users when adding comments to a story. Once submitted they will even receive an email alerting them that they have been mentioned, handy!

StoryChief mentions feature
Use mention feature for a streamlined collaboration

πŸ€“ Embed a Code Block

Display code directly in your stories. Fantastic if you want to write a tutorial or show off your latest coding project.

Adding a code block in the StoryChief editor
It's as easy as ```

πŸ€Ήβ€β™€οΈ One Story in Multiple Campaigns

Have a story that is relevant to more than one campaign? Add it to as many as you like as there is no longer a limit.

Put multiple stories in one campaign
Duplicate your stories to different campaigns

πŸ‘₯ Facebook Audience Restrictions

Limit your story to profiles based on location and language. Interesting if you want to target only a certain audience.

Facebook audience restrictions in StoryChief
Facebook audience restrictions in StoryChief

We are cooking up many other neat features in the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned!

P.S. Still didn't sign up for StoryChief? Create your account and start optimizing your content strategy! The time is now πŸ‘Š

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