Most spammy Facebook posts contain a website the spammer is trying to promote. With moderation rules, you can hide every post or comment containing “http” or “https” automatically. Want to be sure you’re not hiding non-spam? Select to receive an email notification when this rule is applied to double check and unhide if appropriate.
Annoyed by those automated messages from Twitter bot tools? With moderation rules, you can create a rule that automatically reviews tweets with these tools’ names, saving you hours of work. You can also automatically tag these tweets with “spam” to make sure your rule is working as expected.
If you’re following a lot of new people on a regular basis, this rule can save you a massive amount of time. We here at Agorapulse automatically review: for following, the follow, your follow, for connecting, for joining, among other phrases we want gone. You can add new phrases to your rules as you see fit.
Use moderation rules with the actions “Bookmark” and “Hide” to filter comments that you want to keep or hide. For example: create a moderation rule with the word “scam” and actions Bookmark and Hide in order to be able to keep comments saying “It is not a scam” BUT keep hidden comments saying “It is a scam.” Then you can choose which comments to keep by selecting the bookmark filter.
Immediately direct comments and messages to team members responsible for specific campaigns, promotions, or like us at Agorapulse, language. In our case, we assign comments based on language-specific keyword phrases and they’re automatically assigned to that team member.