Medium, the popular blog publishing platform has just debuted some exciting updates. In its latest blog post, Medium announced that it will start offering Twitter integration, along with post scheduling and stats on Letters sent by users.
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Medium is an exemplary platform of social journalism, and was founded in 2012, by Twitter co-founder Evan Williams. Williams, still a member of the board of directors at Twitter, may have played a role in the latest developments at the company, revealing a growth-hacking mindset at the platform.
Now, users can connect their Twitter account to Medium, and any followers of that Twitter account who also have Medium accounts will automatically become followers of their publication. The new feature is located in the publication’s “About” page.
Apart from that, Medium has also rolled out some other interesting updates. From now on, publishers will have the option to schedule their posts for a later time. The new feature sits just above the Publish button and lets users choose the exact date and time of their next post.
Last but not least, the blogging platform will also offer stats on Letters sent by users, which will show members how many Letters were sent, how may of them were opened, and which links were clicked.
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