Zoho Introduces Zoho Social For Digital Agencies
Zoho Social will enable agencies to manage client accounts better, bring them into decisions, and customize zoho social to project their own brand
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Zoho recently announced Zoho Social, its social media marketing tool which is now available in a special edition for digital agencies. Zoho Social for Agencies enables digital agencies to manage social media accounts of all clients, plan and collaborate with clients over strategy, and report against outcomes using customized reports and aggregate statistics.
The company, also announced Notebook for Web, along with other major updates across platforms supported by the note taking software, including iOS, Android, and macOS. Now, users can create and view notes and notebooks with a web browser. The update also introduces Smart Cards, which intelligently format content added to Notebook across devices; document scanning; iOS 11 optimizations, including a comprehensive drag and drop implementation for Notebook's iPad Pro app; and a notable Web Clipper for Firefox.
With enterprises rushing to adopt cloud applications, Zoho announced SAML-based single sign-on (SSO) support for cloud applications in Zoho Vault, its online password manager for teams. This new feature provides users with a seamless login experience.
Speaking on the announcement of Zoho Social, Praval Singh, Product Manager, Zoho Social said, "In the last year, many digital agencies have opted for Zoho Social because it allows them to plan and execute social media strategies for all their clients, from a single platform.”
Raju Vegesna, Zoho chief evangelist said, “Notebook started out as a mobile-first app, and users continue to show a preference for mobile devices. However, a lot of work still gets done on desktops and laptops, so we're rounding out the Notebook suite with the web app.”
"A team password vault is a good starting point for companies, but it only solves part of the problem. Password-based authentication, automated with tools, isn't standard-based and it still runs the risk of disclosing passwords," said Rajesh Ganesan, director of product management at Zoho.