3 Ways Slate’s PSD Templates Feature Allows Social Teams to Be More Agile.
Take your PSD design files and turn them into easy to use templates in the mobile app. Upload, edit and share content on the go.
Social media managers are constantly searching for new ways to simplify their workflows when it comes to creating content. One of the easiest ways they can achieve this is by having branded templates, that they can access quickly via their mobile, to create and post branded content.
Here’s three ways that social teams can use templates to simplify their every day content creation.
Social teams face an immense amount of pressure to be reactive marketers these days. Being reactive can give brands a great amount of exposure, PR and can indicate that they’re leaders in their industry. Anticipating scenarios where social media managers may need to be reactive is one of the easiest ways they can plan for the unplanned.
Memes and announcements graphics are a great example of how valuable it can be having templates at your fingertips!
Not all content that Social Media Managers post is always planned and scheduled. There’s a large amount that can only be posted in real-time. We know that many of our customers within sports have to be nimble and post content while live games and events are happening. Having accessible, design ready templates that can be edited on mobile empowers social teams to create the content they need in seconds.
You can create, score cards, quote templates, player stats and more!
We’re advocates of working smarter not harder, and creating templates for your everyday content and regular campaigns is a great example of that. Certain pieces of content that would normally be part of a design workflow no longer need to be. Content that normally requires minimal updates like text and adding media are the perfect type of files you can edit directly in Slate’s mobile app. Some of our customers will use templates for sponsorships, employer branding, recruitment, live events and social campaigns. This shows the level of diverse content that can be created and shared from Slate.
Minimizing the workflows between social teams and design teams is just one of the ways that templates can save time for brands and the content they create. We’re giving design teams complete confidence that their content will stay on-brand, and social teams the autonomy to create and publish content without having to factor in additional approvals.