Symphony is an all-in-one dashboard to publish, schedule, and manage your content on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin.

Adding Your Profiles to Symphony

The first step to getting started with Symphony is to add the social profiles and blogs that you’d like to manage. Symphony is meant to be an all-in-one social media management dashboard, and it works better the more accounts you connect to it. Here are the types of accounts you can connect:

  • Facebook profiles
  • Facebook business pages
  • Facebook groups (if you’re the group admin)
  • Twitter accounts
  • LinkedIn profile
  • LinkedIn Company Pages
  • Blogs you manage

Symphony will ask for Facebook permissions, including the ability to “post on your behalf”. Don’t worry! Symphony will never post anything unless you tell it to. Once you’re in Symphony you’ll see the home page like this:

how to link your social media profiles to symphony

 

To pick which individual Facebook pages you want to link click the Facebook button (Twitter will connect whichever account you’re currently logged in with). You’ll see a list of your pages appear:

Setup social media profiles with symphony

 

Once you’ve linked your desired profiles, click ‘Done’ and you’ll be taken to the home dashboard for the first time. This is what your profiles will look like:

connect social profiles to manage

If you need to link more profiles, click “Add profiles & blogs.”

Now that you’re set up there’s a few basic tasks you might also want to do:

You’re ready to rock and roll and start harmonizing your social media empire!

Comments

  1. So… my facebook personal page is what Symphony grabbed. But I want Symphony to be linked to my business page. Can I switch it? How do I do that?

    • Meg, We pick the personal profile by default. But you can change that. Once you login, you can disconnect your personal profile and then add your business page.

    • Meg, logging in always happens with a personal account. After you login, you can choose to disconnect your Facebook profile and connect your Facebook page instead.