SmarterQueue as a Meet Edgar Alternative – 12 Reasons to Switch

Every week I get asked about the best Meet Edgar alternative for evergreen social media scheduling.  I like Meet Edgar, but it's expensive for most small business owners.   

In this post I share my review of SmarterQueue and why you should consider making the switch to this solid Meet Edgar alternative for scheduling your content. 

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I used Meet Edgar for a couple of years to schedule content on an evergreen basis, mainly on Twitter, but you can also use it for LinkedIn and Facebook.

Meet Edgar raised their price from $49 to $79 USD which started the onslaught of questions from my community…asking me every week:  is there an affordable Meet Edgar Alternative?  

It's interesting that they then dropped the price of Edgar again (most likely due to said backlash about said price-rise), but they remained the most expensive tool of its kind (which is a big thing for many non-Americans when we are juggling the exchange rate).  Meet Edgar also does content automation only. It is not a social media management tool, so you can't engage with content.. you can only post it.

Even with all that in mind, I went looking for an alternative to recommend to my community – many of which had ruled out Meet Edgar because of the price point.

So let me introduce you to a great alternative.


It turns out SmarterQueue does all of the things that Edgar was doing and more.

Let's take a look at why Smarter Queue is a great Meet Edgar Alternative:

Smarter Queue as a Meet Edgar Alternative

When considering SmarterQueue as a Meet Edgar alternative I looked at a number of preferred features:

  • Category Based Scheduling – this is where Meet Edgar shot to stardom when it was first released. Scheduling within categories gave us new superpowers to control what content “type” went out “when” and on what platform.
  • Pause Feature – for me this was a no-brainer.  I loved that Edgar allowed me to pause the entire queue when there was a national disaster or sensitive news.  I didn't want to be tweeting insensitively.
  • Re-Queue of Evergreen content – this is becoming more and more necessary as we try to post our content out on multiple platforms. I don't mind automation like this as it frees me up to engage (which is what it is all about, right?). Update: now that Twitter has new rules for automation of content, it needs to comply with their guidelines for repeated content on Twitter. You'll see below how SmarterQueue are handling this. 
  • Unlimited Posts – or near to it!  With Meet Edgar I could post many times throughout the day under different categories/schedules.
  • Multiple Platforms – although I used Edgar mainly for Twitter, I like that you can use it for Facebook and LInkedIn too.
  • Browser Extension – for quickly adding content that you stumble across and want to quickly add to your queue.
  • Short LInks – the ability to convert your links to short links like bitly's.
  • Date-based content – whereby you can set your content to expire by a certain date or only post a certain number of times.
  • Great user interface – Edgar was easy on the eye, so I didn't want to recommend a clunky complicated replacement.

So let's discuss what SmarterQueue can do that Meet Edgar can do (hint: it can do all of the above and more):

Yep.  All of it.

That's right. It pretty much replaces all of Meet Edgar's functionality … but with cream on top.

It has a whole bunch of extra features that are functional, helpful and super handy.  Let's take a look at it:

Quick OverView of SmarterQueue

SmarterQueue ticks all the boxes for being able to schedule evergreen posts, have unlimited posts, schedule to multiple accounts (Twitter, Facebook Pages/Profiles/Groups, LinkedIn and Instagram), and category-based scheduling to name a few things.

But if you are looking at SmarterQueue as a Meet Edgar Alternative, you need to know all the other things it does.  Here are the features I love in SmarterQueue:

SmarterQueue Review – 12 Reasons it's a Great Meet Edgar Alternative

#1  Setting Up Content Categories is Easy with SmarterQueue

With any evergreen queue tool, the set up of your categories and schedule can be daunting.  I remember the first time I did this in Meet Edgar, it took a while to get my head around all the moving parts! Once I got started, it became easier, but still took a lot of time.

With SmarterQueue it's easy, because the tool gives you:

  • Pre-populated categories to get you started
  • the ability to edit and add to those categories easily
  • colour coding for categories (a feature I LOVE)

You'll literally be guided through, step-by-step, in setting up your account and populating categories – making for a great on-boarding experience.

Check how to add categories, set up your schedule and add content to those categories in the video below:

#2  SmarterQueue makes it easy to add your best posting times to your schedule:

The problem with switching to a new tool as a Meet Edgar Alternative is that you really don't want to go through the process of setting up your schedule again. One of the challenging tasks you have is to work out the best times to schedule your content.

But with SmarterQueue it was set up pretty quickly. If you are starting out for the first time, you can set up your categories manually with new titles and time slots as in the video above.  It's very drag-and-drop and super easy to populate your queue times slots.

Or if you are transferring from another tool, SmarterQueue gives you a helping hand to import your queue from Edgar (or another tool). SmarterQueue analyses your social profiles and then re-creates a posting schedule based on your existing schedule.  then you just have to allocate categories to those posts and you're done.

It's easy to assign categories to timeslots. It really is like “painting”. SmarterQueue allows you to colour-code your categories so it's a quick click of the mouse and you can add a colour-coded category to any timeslot.

Just click on “select a category” below and then drag that category on to the schedule.  Here's an example using my Facebook page and also showing times for posts to my Facebook group:

Adding timeslots and categories to the queue in Smarterqueue
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Once you start adding content to timeslots on ScheduleQueue, it's super fast to fill out your schedule with the categories you set up.

A feature I love on SmarterQueue (which makes it a great Meet Edgar alternative) is the colour coding. It makes it so much easier to find, move, schedule and edit content.

#3  It's Easy To Find, Add, and Transfer Content to SmarterQueue

Migrating to SmarterQueue from another scheduler doesn't just stop at setting up your schedule queue and adding categories to that queue.

You have to add content to your categories.  This was the part that nobody ever looks forward to – especially if you have added soooo much content in Meet Edgar or another tool.  It's one thing I always had hesitations about when it came to setting up so much content in Meet Edgar. They gave you no way of downloading it all later in order to transfer it.

Or so I thought.

Again, SmarterQueue made that easy.  Here's an overview of how it works:

So if you are put off by the sheer magnitude of switching from Meet Edgar. Fear not…it's easy.

Migrate your content is to use the Add Content feature using a simple drop-down menu:

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Use this to simply add a post or search for other types of content such as importing from an RSS feed (for your blog), importing from a CSV, your media, or existing blog posts just to name a few.

You can also use the URL search feature to find your blog posts and add them to the category for your blog posts – ie “Socially Sorted BlogPosts” for both Twitter and Facebook:

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SmarterQueue gives you content ideas for repurposing old content and where to find new content – everything from importing old blog posts to using hashtags and how to search for suggested content.

#4  Adding Content to SmarterQueue is Slick (and Quick)

Adding a fresh, new post to SmarterQueue is fun.  You can easily add images to your post and then schedule to post immediately, or to repeat your content.

It's as simple as adding your description, URL and then choosing what type of image or extra features you want.

For example, when adding a blog post to Facebook, SmarterQueue will load the link and description and show the image that will be shared in a visual preview.

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You can also choose whether you will post the image once or re-queue it after posting. And you can control how long after the post you wish for it to expire. This is great for seasonal content or content you want to give a short burst of exposure and then taper off:

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What about the new rules for Twitter?

SmarterQueue have a couple of ways of changing how we use their tool to comply with Twitter's rules. Firstly there are a couple of interim methods, and then I will explain what they have coming:

1  Retweeting Your Tweets from the Queue

SmarterQueue have stated that they will continue to recycle tweets by installing a fall-back:  If your content is recognised as duplicate in the queue, then SmarterQueue will retweet the 2nd and subsequent duplicate tweets after the initial posting. This way it is not posted in duplicate but is instead retweeted from your account.

Put simply, the first tweet will go out as usual, and then any duplicate tweets after this are automatically posted as a retweet.

This workaround may comply with the guidelines but I am not a huge fan of retweeting my own tweets, so I would only recommend using this as a fallback if you miss a duplicate tweet (consider it your safety measure). I wouldn't plan my whole strategy around retweets.

SmarterQueue themselves have also told me that this is a fall-back action to avoid duplicates being posted, and to catch any that fall through the cracks. They are working on a more comprehensive alternative (see below).

2  Review Your Duplicates

SmarterQueue has a second tool to help us with avoiding duplicate content. This tool allows you to review your duplicate tweets. It scans any tweets you have in your queue that show up as duplicate and if you leave them in the queue and don't modify them, they will be posted as a retweet.

if you're like me and you don't want to rely on retweets you can use this tool to zoom in on the tweets that need to be changed up, and change their content to comply.

In the image below you can see an example. I just need to click on any tweet to edit the hashtag, image, text or emoji or any combination of content. Once you get practiced at it, it's easy to re-phrase a tweet into unique content.  And besides, it makes sense to vary your content in order for people to notice it.

Here's an example of the Duplicate Tweet tool, suggesting duplicate content that I need to edit:

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3  What features are coming?

SmarterQueue will be adding a new feature that will make it easier to add multiple “variations” of a tweet including text and media variations (across all platforms, not just Twitter). This will also allow you to split-test content on any platform. You will also be able to extend the period of your repeated content without having to use retweets (phew!).

#5  You can Add Campaign Tracking with Google Analytics UTM

But if you choose Advanced Link Options you can add another pretty awesome function, UTM codes.

This is a feature that wasn't available with Meet Edgar but opens up a world of opportunities with SmarterQueue as a Meet Edgar alternative: detailed UTM options.

UTM parameters are tags that you can add to a URL so that when someone clicks on the URL those tags are sent back to Google Analytics for tracking.

You can add any link with UTM parameters in SmarterQueue but advanced features allow you to add Google Analytics UTM as well.

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Now you can track every social post and know where your traffic is coming from based on content in SmarterQueue.

#6  You can easily find Best Performing Content

SmarterQueue makes it easy for you to ensure you are posting the best possible content – or the best performing content:

  1. from your social platform or website/blog
  2. from your industry.

You can easily search and find the content that is performing best and add it to your library.  If you want to share content from your favourite pages and profiles, this allows you to do it easily!

It's Ninja!  Here's how it works:

.For example, if you use the Add Content > Re-Share Your Best Posts feature (shown above), you can search for the most popular posts on any platform.

I was able to find my most popular content on Facebook by filtering under most shared, most likes or most comments. I found some great posts I had forgotten about that I can now re-share to my Facebook page:

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I could search for my tweets based on the latest, most liked or most retweeted.  Then it's super easy to import them into a category.  You can also search find content using the “Find Content” feature which allows you to search a number of ways including:

  • Facebook Pages
  • Twitter accounts
  • Instagram accounts and hashtags
  • RSS feeds
  • Your Feedly bookmarks
  • CSV spreadsheet.
  • URLs

Note that now if you do this for Twitter, you would need to change up the content of the imported tweets so that they comply with Twitter rules for duplicated content. But we will get to that below. 

Here's an example of a search for the most engaged tweets from Social Media Examiner:

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Whether it's an account name, username, keyword or a hashtag, you can use SmarterQueue to see what type of content is being engaged with the most (on your own platform or another brand or business you want to share content from).  Then use that information to share it or to create your own content.

You can also filter your searches by content type.  You can even bookmark your favourite sources to use again.

This is something that was missing with Meet Edgar – being able to find content to share from other sources.  I love this feature on SmarterQueue – the search function is awesome and makes it a great Meet Edgar alternative.

#7  You can schedule to a number of Platforms

As well as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn (Pinterest is apparently coming), SmarterQueue allows you to schedule your posts for Instagram.

You then receive a notification to post, which makes it super easy to do your Instagram marketing.

#8  You can Pause Your Queue (and more!)

With Meet Edgar, one of the features I loved was being able to hit a button and pause my queue.

This was handy if it was a national holiday or I wanted to avoid tweeting when an event or sensitive issue meant that it wasn't appropriate to be tweeting a lot.

The good news is that SmarterQueue has this feature and more. You can actually pause your entire queue or just a certain category or account.

It's this sort of granular control that really impresses me about SmarterQueue. If I want to pause some seasonal content I can… which is super helpful.

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Pause your entire queue or just one category or account


Features like this mean that SmarterQueue is not so much a Meet Edgar alternative, but more like an upgrade!

#9  SmarterQueue Stops You from Over-Posting

SmarterQueue has a cool feature where it locks in the maximum number of posts on a platform (to avoid being flagged for spam). It will flag your account in SmarterQueue if you need to add more varied content or time slots or to add or change up your content.

In short, they don't want you to repeatedly spam your followers with the same stuff because you didn't bother to update your queue… or you are promoting too much.

Here's how it might look if you are posting the same thing too much. SmarterQueue will give you a warning if your queue needs attention:

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It's something I did not realise that I was missing with Edgar.

With evergreen queue tools it is very easy to fall into the trap of “setting and forgetting” our content.

SmarterQueue ensures that you have the right amount of content and don't over-schedule or repeat content too much.

#10  Awesome Analytics

SmarterQueue has very detailed analytics. If you are looking for a Meet Edgar alternative then this is definitely a bonus. The analytics include:

  1. Detailed reports
  2. Weekly and Monthly Stats
  3. Detailed Twitter Analytics – including hashtag results, posting times and engagement based on type of content.

Switching from Edgar to SmarterQueue is almost worth it for the stats!

#11  User Experience

Maybe it is the way my mind works, but I find SmarterQueue to super easy to use.

I think it is because of the colour coding.  My mind thinks in categories and the colour coded categories and features make it so much easier to make sense of.

And it's a slick dashboard and user interface, so it's nice to look at.

SmarterQueue is also very “drag-and-drop” so you can easily move content around dashboards and timeslots.

#12  The Price

Last but not least, the price.  Perhaps the biggest reason to consider SmarterQueue as a Meet Edgar alternative (though now that you can see the features, you know it's about more than price).

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Click here to view more details on SmarterQueue's Pricing.

Unfortunately when you compare features and benefits, both tools are good but SmarterQeue blows Meet Edgar out of the water when it comes to price and additional features.

Edgar is back down to $49 per month, yet SmarterQueue is as low as $16.99 USD per month (for 4 social media accounts) – which is enough for most small businesses.

If you want to go up to 10 social media accounts then SmarterQueue is still affordable at $33.99 (half the price of Edgar). In fact SmarterQueue have actually reduced their price recently. I rest my case!

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HOT TIP: If you are not sure about using SmarterQueue as your Meet Edgar Alternative yet, then don't stress about bringing over your content. Start with a different platform, schedule some new content and see how it works on a small scale with a smaller number of timeslots and posts.

Then when you love it (C'mon, you have to admit it looks pretty good, right?) then you can think about migrating your content over to SmarterQueue.

When you are set up and ready to roll in SmarterQueue it's quite likely you'll feel a little like this:


NEW Features!

One thing I love about SmarterQueue is that they are always evolving and making the tool better.  So, I had to swing back and add in some new feature. You can now do the following with SmarterQueue:​​​​​​

  1. Add Native video to your scheduled posts in the queue.
  2. Add GIFs to your scheduled posts in the queue
  3. Search for millions of GIFs on Giphy and images on Pixabay and Unsplash.

Search GIPHY, Unsplash and Pixabay as well as your own images within the dashboard.

Now you get even greater access to great content that you can share on an evergreen basis with Smarterqueue.  I used to think it was a great alternative to Edgar… now it's pretty much blowing Edgar out of the water for cost and functionality.    Check out all the new features here

Need More Social Media Management Functionality?

If you are looking for an all-compassing solution for social media management (let's face it, we don't want to have any more tools than we need to), I recently reviewed 4 tools with queue functions including SmarterQueue, including a detailed breakdown of the Twitter rules and what they mean for you.

Over to You

Will you consider SmarterQueue as a Meet Edgar Alternative?  

What do you look for in an evergreen auto-queue scheduling tool?

This post is contains affiliate links which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through any link in this post. 

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Donna Moritz

Visual Social Media Strategist at Socially Sorted
Donna is a Visual Content Strategist and founder of Socially Sorted, listed by Forbes as a "Top 5 Social Media Blog You Need to Know About in 2019". Donna helps brands leverage the power of visual storytelling and content strategy in their business. Her content has been featured in publications such as Forbes and Entrepreneur Online and she is a contributor to Social Media Examiner. Donna speaks about digital and visual content for the marketing and tourism industries internationally.
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  1. jaspertyler

    Interesting. This is the first I’ve heard of this service and will keep it in mind. I am currently using Social Oomph. I didn’t know that there was a limit on how much one thing could be posted, so I just put a few things on pause haha

    • Donna Moritz

      Hey there – yes Social Oomph is definitely another great option and affordable. I think there are guidelines for how often you can post per day and you will see that when Twitter blocks a tweet that is similar to a recent tweet saying “you’ve already posted that”. Definitely change out your description if you are sharing a link more than once. I’m not sure of the exact numbers but I like that SmarterQueue make it a point to keep on top of it and prevent us from tweeting the same thing too often. It also helps when you are planning content for a particular category as you know how many posts you need to get in there based on how many times per day you want it to go out. But if your tweets are going out ok I wouldn’t stress too much as it’s likely that they would be blocked by twitter if you are saying the same thing over and over. Happy Posting!

  2. Mel Kettle

    thanks – I have an annual subscription with Meet Edgar, locked in before the price rise. It expires on 7 Sept, so I’ll have a play with SmarterQueue before then. I do love Edgar, but it’s $$$

    • Donna Moritz

      Hi Mel – yeah I had a pretty decent subscription before from an Annual Black Friday Deal for Edgar so I was essentially paying less than 49 per month, but I was inundated with people asking me for another option especially when the price rose. I wonder if they would have been better off having two pricing levels and adding more features. Anyway, I switched some of my content over hesitantly, saw how well it worked, then was amazed at how easy the transition was to move it all. Now I can’t imagine not using all the extra content-finding features, multi-pause, UTM, colour coding, the stats, the list goes on. But the best thing is to definitely test it with one or two categories of content before your Edgar subscription renews and see if you are comfortable with it and it’s a good fit. If you’ve got an account locked in like I had, you’d want to research it well for sure.

    • Anouk

      They didn’t raise their price, it still $49/mo.

      • Donna Moritz

        Yes it is back down. But unfortunately they did rise it to 79 for a while which was unfortunate, and I think cost them a lot of new users and many blog posts mentioning it (Google Edgar + 79 and you’ll see a lot of content about the price rise). The price reversal was done very quietly and perhaps a little too late, but good to see they did reverse it based on feedback.

        • Anouk

          Thanks for the info! I think $79 was very expensive!!

          • Donna Moritz

            Yes it was expensive (and over-priced in my opinion) for users but even more so it was an expensive exercise for Edgar as so many people got upset with the price rise and started to look at alternatives and now my guess is they are losing a lot of their customers to competition with tools that provide more for less cost…. even though they dropped their price again.

  3. Anna Wilen Clark

    Hi Donna, thank you for your content – it is super helpful. I have a picky question: when you view the calendar can you see which content is being posted? Can you view the queue? 🙂 Thanks, Anna.

    • Donna Moritz

      Hey Anna – it’s like Edgar in that you can see the categories that go out at certain times on a calendar view (but better, as you can see them colour coded) and you can also filter a vertical/linear view of any version of your queue – ie you can filter your queue via category + content type (ie image, link etc) + account type so you can get pretty granular with how you look at your queue that way – ie you can look at all the posts going out to one twitter account under a specific category and the times they will go out or you can look at all the posts fro 2 twitter accounts at once under a specific category. Hope that helps.

      • Anna Wilen Clark

        Thanks Donna – kind of. I have never used Edgar. Have used Coschedule in the past tho. I will check it out. Once again, thank you for your content. 🙂

        • Donna Moritz

          Yes, re-queue queues are different to one off posts on other schedulers. Of all the ones I have seen it is one of the best layouts. You need to think a little differently to a regular scheduling tool though. You are less likely to want to check the calendar specific times too, as the idea is that it is rotating evergreen content within buckets vs a post going to a certain time on a certain day. The best thing is to do a trial and test it out …

          • Anna Wilen Clark

            Awesome – thanks Donna – the buckets comment helped with thinking about it differently. 🙂

          • Donna Moritz

            ps Anna I just checked back into an email I had from their CEO and they are working on calendar view so that will be great!

          • Anna Wilen Clark

            Thank you so much!!! Anna. 🙂

  4. Deborah Freeman Mitchell

    Hi Donna–
    As always thanks for the GREAT info…you’ve lead me to some great places! I’ve got my queue filled and things are working great. Wondering what your content sharing curation method is. I use feedly boards—having some issues with that and SMQ. I can see individual RSS feeds in SMQ but not the stuff that I had put into the feedly boards.

    Also I agree with Anna—I miss seeing my content as a calendar….wish there was a way to switch the queue into a calendar view.


    • Donna Moritz

      Hey Deborah – glad you like it and glad I could help! I am certainly pleased with it so far, great team, they are always improving and I actually like how strict they are with making sure your posts are changed up and not too many etc (so not to mess with Twitter’s guidelines). I would recommend if you are having trouble with Feedly boards to reach out to their team as I have found them really helpful and will be able to let you know if you are missing anything. And definitely tell them about the calendar as I believe they are working on it for release very soon!!! along with a few other features that will be cool. I agree it would be a great way to view it. I don’t actually use Feedly in as detail as you, moreso pulling off the RSS fees, so it’s worth letting them know about the boards issue…. I tend to pull from blogs and companies and influencers I support each week to update it – sometimes i use feedly, and sometimes I just go straight to their blog. I also have some adhoc posts I discover around the web that I collate using one-note or a Pinterest board to add later in one go. Probably not the most elegant of systems but it works well for me.

  5. Lindsey Anderson

    Meet Edgar to randomly pick an item from a category in your library, and post it to all the top social media networks like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Meet Edgar then just deals a card randomly from that deck on that day. This is different from other social media management tools that have you create a post and schedule it to appear on a specified day.

  6. Lindsey Anderson

    Meet Edgar to randomly pick an item from a category in your library, and post it to all the top social media networks like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Meet Edgar then just deals a card randomly from that deck on that day.

  7. Kim Edwards

    Hi Donna is it okay if I share your affiliate link with others?

    • Donna Moritz

      Of course Kim – you’re very welcome to but if you do refer someone let me know so I can thank you! Also bear in mind that if you join up for smarterqueue you can also become an affiliate yourself and reduce the cost down on your own monthly/annual fee so if you are thinking of getting a paid account, I’d sign up and refer them through your own link ;o)

  8. Sanjay S. Pandaram

    Hey Donna – what an awesome find. This is edgar and post planner combined…. killer combo. THANK YOU.

    • Donna Moritz

      Hey Sanjay – it’s SO good! I will update this post soon as they have some COOL new features coming like being able to schedule GIFs and video etc. I’m loving it. Tell me how you go with it! Have a great weekend!

      • Donna Moritz

        PS I hadn’t thought of calling it Edgar and Post Planner combined but wait till you see when they have new functions coming – all to do with search then it will definitely live up to your definition! And fun things coming with GIFs and video too!

  9. Christina Grenga

    Thanks for this – but I’m really wondering if there is any downfall? Is there anything you miss from ME? Also, I didn’t see Facebook Groups mentioned at all. I mostly use ME for Facebook Page and Group and need to know if there is anything that I should be warned about. Thanks

    • Donna Moritz

      Hey Christina! Good question and I totally get that it is huge to switch… I was really hesitant for ages and how I did it was to test Smarterqueue with one “queue” that I copied over from Edgar (and that was super easy and quick) and then I removed that queue from Edgar – I figured if it went pear-shaped I could add it back. Then I watched and checked how Smarterqueue worked and it was great! You can post to groups apparently and I am about to start posting into my groups again with SmarterQueue – here’s their post on their FAQs about it: – up the top it lists the pages and profiles you can currently post to on each social platform with more coming. They have beta for a couple of things that I am about to test like support for animated GIFs and native video sharing and some cool things coming re image search tools so I honestly can’t think of anything that is bugging me about it right now. In fact I think does more. But I always say to people to give things a test run and don’t delete your current system until you are super sure, even if you have to overlap your tools a little. If you get to the end of your trial with smarterqueue and you are not sure, ask them for a short extension – just make sure you are happy. I’ve found their team to be super nice and really supportive as they grow, which is always something to watch out for with new tools. But I would definitely recommend doing what I did… test it out with one queue first, play around, check out all the functions and then when you are sure, make the decision. Hope that helps!


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