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5 Useful STORY Features You May Not Know About

by never.no,  27-Nov-2017 13:20:10

Our social moderation platform STORY is packed full of great features making it easy to manage live audience engagement. Here are 5 features we love:

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0:27- Social Reactions
1:47- Video Editor
4:17- Filter Polls
7:08- Prompter
8:42- Analytics Comparisons

1. Social Reactions & Sentiment

View social reactions to posts including the number of likes, comments, retweets, shares etc. This is useful for understanding the sentiment around content.

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2. Video Editor

STORY’s video editor lets you clip a video with frame accuracy, meaning you can select what’s relevant for you.

social video editor

 

3. Filter Polls

You can filter poll results in real-time to vary the live data. Using filters will let you look at votes within a particular timeframe, location, etc.

filter polls

 

4. Presenter’s Prompter

The web-based app gives presenters the ability to see what's been published to air in realtime, whether it's social posts, images, videos, polls or trends.

 


5. Analytics Comparisons

Drill down further into analytics by applying filters and comparing to total data.
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(See how we checked sentiment with polls around Eurovision.)

 


 

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