Adding your social networks


There's a very strong possibility that your browser is set to block pop-up windows. If it is, you'll find adding networks impossible. If you tell your browser never to block pop-ups from Mituyu, we promise not to use them for anything else. Why would we? They're annoying.

The point of Mituyu is to manage your social networks. In order for it to do that, you need to give it access to them. This is very easy to do:

  1. Hit the add a network button to get started.
  2. Choose a network to add from the list of available networks.
  3. Mituyu will open a pop-up window containing your chosen networks' log-on screen - enter the credentials for the network you want to add.
  4. Some networks enable you to manage multiple things - Facebook pages, for instance. If this is the case, you'll be given the option to choose exactly what you want to manage.

Disconnecting and reconnecting networks

Should you decide you no longer want to have an account attached to Mituyu, you'll find a disconnect button for each one on the networks page.

On rare occasions, Mituyu can become disconnected with a network in other ways; something fundamental changes at the network's end, for instance. This can lead to Mituyu not being able to publish or message on that network. If you see a reconnect button on a network, click it; you'll be taken through the addition process again.

A limitation

Mituyu currently only allows you to connect to one instance of each type of network. This is for a number of reasons, but chief among them:

If you need to add more accounts because you want to use Mituyu to manage many separate brands you can create a second brand within your account rather than creating a new account entirely.

While Mituyu works with things like Facebook Pages rather than user accounts (people follow pages to be marketed to, they don't friend you for that reason!) Mituyu will ask you to sign in as yourself - it's you that has access to those pages - then choose the page you want to publish to.

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