This article explains the features of our packages such as profiles, swaps, groups, reports, dashboards, custom metrics, automatic reports, white-labeling and spaces.

A profile is any publicly available social media page on one of the offered social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok).

A profile swap is a combination of deleting a page and adding a new one to replace it. This limit regulates how many profiles can be replaced within a 30 day period. You can read more about controlling your swap limit here.

Groups are a way to organize profiles for analyzing multiple pages at the same time. To read more about setting up groups, click here. You can add as many groups as you wish.

Dashboards provide a personalized overview of your most relevant metrics. You can read more about creating dashboards from scratch here. You can learn more about template dashboards here. You can add as many dashboards as you wish.

Widgets are resizable windows of chosen metrics and can be mapped individually to a customized Dashboard.

Metric is a quantifiable measure that is used to track a specific performance (e.g. Followers data or Interaction rate).

Custom Metrics allow you to create personalized metrics using QQL (quintly Query Language), along with the available data sources found in the QQL Console. You can learn more about building custom metrics here.

Automatic Reports make it possible to turn custom dashboards into PDF, Excel, CSV reports which can be downloaded, emailed adhoc or automatically sent as recurring reports. You can learn more about setting up automatic reports here.

Co-labeling allows you to label our automated reports and exports with your own logo.

Spaces can be used to divide your overall company account into multiple sub-accounts called Spaces. Each Space has separate profiles, groups, and also its own limits. Still, user management works across all your Spaces. To learn more about Spaces, click here.

API access makes it possible to request raw data and combine it with your other data. Learn more here.

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