To add a custom post to your social wall, go to Content > Native Posts in your Walls.io account. You have the option to create a text-only post, an image post, or a video post.

1. How to create a native text or image post in Walls.io

To create a native post, click on "Create Post" in the Content > Native Posts view.

You will need to add a "User Name" and some content (text or image or both). You can find further info about the image size and text length in this article.

After you've set everything up, you can simply click on "Post now" or you can schedule your post for later.
 

  

2. How to create a native video post in Walls.io

To create a native video post, click on "Create Video Post" in the Content > Native Posts view. Add a username and then just drag and drop your video to upload it to Walls.io. 

We currently only allow video uploads in the MP4 format. For your upload to be successful, the file size should not exceed 50MB. You can also add more text, a link and your location if you want to.
 

After you've set everything up, you can simply click on "Post now" or you can schedule your post for later.
 

Feature sponsors or allow your users to upload content to your wall

Did you know that there are many more ways to post content on the wall, going beyond social media sources and Native Posts? Here are 2 different features that will help you blend owned, sponsored and earned content to weave a great visual story that will lead to higher levels of audience engagement and increased conversions.

Direct Posts: Your wall visitors can upload content to your social wall without posting on social media. The Direct Posts feature allows you to collect more content than ever before and engage your audience beyond social media.

Sponsored Posts: You can feature sponsors on the wall and have their logo or banner show up every few posts, make sure you check out the Sponsored Posts feature.

In case you have further questions, don't hesitate to contact the support team via chat or support@walls.io!

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