We created Social Sets to help you organize your social profiles. Here’s a rundown of what Social Sets are and how they work. 

What are Social Sets?

A Social Set is a set of social profiles that includes 1 Instagram, 1 Facebook, 1 Twitter, and 1 Pinterest profile. Social Sets help you organize your social profiles based on brand or identity. 

Social Sets vs. Access Groups

Social Sets are sets of social profiles. Each Social Set can contain up to 1 Instagram, 1 Facebook, 1 Twitter, and 1 Pinterest profile. You can have an unlimited number of Social Sets, but a single Social Set can’t contain more than 1 profile from the same social platform. For example, you can’t have 2 Instagram profiles in 1 Social Set.

Access Groups contain Social Sets. They help you manage and restrict access to your Social Sets, photos, and videos. You can add team members to an Access Group to give them access to the Social Sets and Media Library within that Access Group. With Access Groups, it’s easy to manage multiple Social Sets, Media Libraries, and team members from one Later account. 

How to Organize Social Profiles into Social Sets

You can move your existing social profiles between Social Sets and Access Groups. Here’s how:

  1. In Later on the web, go to Social Sets & Access Groups.
  2. Click Organize Social Profiles.
  3. Drag and drop your social profiles between Social Sets and Access Groups. 
  4. Save your changes. 

Important: When moving a social profile to another Social Set, make sure to drag and drop the cursor (not the profile avatar) over the empty social profile slot. 

Note: You can also drag and drop an entire Social Set to another Access Group using the 4-sided arrow on the left of the Social Set. 

Important: Each Social Set can only have 1 social profile from each social platform (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest). 

Important: If you move a social profile to another Access Group, that profile’s scheduled posts will move to the other Access Group. All media will stay in the original Access Group.

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