A carousel is more commonly found in fairgrounds and seaside towns but now social media platforms are coining the term for multi-image scrolling experiences. Here’s how to use Twitter’s Carousel (for free!)
Discover how Unison Eastern used video to engage its members.
If you’re running a Facebook page, your followers expect to be able to contact you on Facebook. This doesn’t mean you have to respond to all comments and messages immediately, but messaging is a helpful way to manage your pages and provide a good service to your followers.
If you’re setting up a Facebook page or group, or any kind of discussion forum, it’s useful to have ground rules that everyone can agree to. Feel free to adapt these guidelines for your own use, but try and keep them friendly and encouraging – we don’t want to scare nervous members off!
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The digital.unison blog aims to collect together views, experiences and examples of great digital work by members, staff and activists in UNISON.
It is curated by the UNISON digital team - contact us on email@example.com if you have something you want to contribute.