A: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Instagram.
A: Inception has a plugin available for WordPress. An SDK will allow sites to use the Inception API to create custom connections to other CMS platforms.
A: It depends on the licensing. The current max cap is 100 publishing channels.
A: There’s no limit to the number of user logins you create. But, Inception Social is licensed based on concurrent users or how many users are logged into the system at one time.
A: No, users can all be given unique sets of permissions; allowing or disallowing access to social media accounts on a case by case basis.
A: Yes, Inception uses a MOS workflow to pull rundowns from your Newsroom Computer System.
A: Any post published using Inception Social will appear as though it was published natively from the social media platforms.
A: Yes. You can even schedule posts on different accounts and use the task manager to see, at a glance, how many stories are publishing to accounts on any given day.
A: Inception supports the ingest of videos from Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. If you are also using XPression for live graphics, Inception can automatically transcode these videos into the XPression codec for immediate use on-air.
A: Yes. Using a feature called the Blacklist. The Blacklist comes with a default list of words and character combinations to filter. Users with the appropriate permission setting can add and subtract from the list and change how it’s enforced.