If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million. In addition to images and text, users can now also post videos in Stories.
Admins and Editors will get a weekly update on key content metrics, such as how many contributing users are in the company and how many content are they publishing.
If you got a link to click on, now you can choose whether this should open in the browser or inside the ahead app.
After a week focused on improving existing features, now you can search Stories, delete Activities, load all Story comments in place and schedule publishing your News up to 30 days in advance.
When editors are not allowed to edit some content, they can now request edit permission to current editors and admins.
Editors can now decide which collaboration setting works best for them (only them, specific people or all editors) and remember it as the default.
Every editor allowed to edit a page can now also change its editing settings, to add or remove other editors.
The ahead app is available now in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Stores.
Links to ahead content included in news and pages will be opened in the same tab from now on.