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How Would Your Ideal Smm Tool Be Like? Go Crazy!
7/25/2018 at 7:57 AM ET
Answer as many of the following questions as you feel like answering (or just answer the title question):
What does it do for you, what problems does it solve?
How does it work, what features does it have?
How does it help you save time/money/energy?
I would love to hear how a completely reimagined would solution look like, which means I'd appreciate not thinking in terms of existing tools, although that's fine and acceptable as well.
If you're already using some tool, what is it missing?
What could it do better?
Are there any two or three existing tools you would merge to get there?
What is more important to you, simplicity or completeness of features?
As I said, answer whichever one of these you like, any answer is appreciated.
7/25/2018 at 8:53 AM
Personally, I would appreciate a service which could monitor the social groups I'm involved in, and alert me to items for my attention. It seems to me I could spend more of my time involved in discussions of interest to me, involved in discussions where I might help someone, rather than personally spending time doing triage. For example, on this forum, some people ask questions and then go silent. Others actively participate by asking follow-up questions. I would certainly like to be alerted if someone asks a question or post a comment (or correction) to one of my comments.
7/25/2018 at 10:17 AM
I was considering something similar to this.
Hunting for topics and discussions is very tedious right now, it's mostly manual for me.
8/23/2018 at 12:32 PM
I am closing this question since there hasn't been much recent activity.
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