I wrote about Beatrix twice this year. The first was a review of the tool, and the second was a comparison with Swayy, a close competitor (in my opinion).
For those of you who don’t know what it is, Beatrix is a 3rd-party social media application that helps you create content. “Creating content” is the main aim, but its features help you do these:
- Curate content
- Suggest content
- Schedule content
It seems like a few weeks ago, Beatrix has repositioned to become a content creation tool, where “ultimately the content that gets published comes down to your judgment, not that of a machine”. I had considered its earlier positioning as a major flaw in my earlier reviews. Whether or not Beatrix repositioned because they read my post (ha!), I felt compelled to write an update to do it justice since a few hundred of you read my earlier reviews.
Note: I am not affiliated to Beatrix or any of its employees.
What the above change basically meant was that users can no longer install Beatrix and leave it on autopilot. They cannot allow Beatrix to post to their social media platforms at will - without doing a final vetting of what will be posted.
You might say that the black sheep among content creators will minimise the impact of the changes simply by clicking “ok” when the final vetting screen comes up. But that was never the point. What matters is that Beatrix, as a content creation tool for social media managers and businesses, does not support these black sheep by allowing them to post on autopilot.
Although I use neither Beatrix nor Swayy today, I do have positive feelings toward Beatrix, because their team is always improving the product, and I’d receive an email of its latest feature updates. That is a sign of a company brimming with vitality and keeping up with the evolving needs of its users.
So if you are looking for a content creation tool, go ahead and sign up for a trial with Beatrix.
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