allow bulk upload to buffer via .csv
I really am a big fan of the Buffer app (altough its a 'service' :-) ) and a proud pro user. It's worth every dime!
Now on a current case, I am looking for the ability to buffer some 140 tweets in bulk. It would be great if I can upload them as .csv , or maybe copy-paste them as list somewhere.
Would this be possible?
I am currently not seeing any negative side-effects this could cause.
Hope to hear from you!
Luke L commented
I had the same problem so I ended up making a tool to do this:
I like what I am seeing from Buffer...however, the bulk upload feature in hootsuite is a life saver for me
Stéphane Heckel commented
That would accelerate the "Get All Employees on Social Media" strategy of many companies, ...
Greg Barber commented
Still waiting to see this be implemented
Augusto Pinaud commented
That feature will make stop paying HootSuite and leave them for good... Can I say please
Greg Barber commented
I would love to see this feature included!
I would definitely like this feature. It would save me a lot of time.
Mike Lee commented
I'm currently a paying HootSuite customer because they have this feature. However, Buffer could easily sway me to switch over if they added this crucial feature. It may seem like a power-user feature, but I'm guessing those that are willing to pay will be those that need this too.
Ernst Peter Tamminga commented
Can be anything else then CSV, e.g. flat text one tweet per line
I hope this feature too!
This would help me a lot too and would make Buffer my primary scheduling tool, perhaps the only one. I believe Twitter puts limits and rules on this such as scheduling only unique tweets. I can do this now with HS but they complicate the date format and restrict where in the tweet links can go.
I would like updates to show text, then the link, then a hashtag or two. I believe the order of these CSV separations/columns could be changed though that may not comply with the 'unique update' rule.
Jordan Dossett commented
I second, third and fourth this. I have this option in another service I use and pay for and would give you the money instead, meaning upgrade my account to unlimited tweets with you if you had it.