Integrate Mention with Basecamp
Mention monitors conversations about a brand by tracking any time that the brand is mentioned on a range of online platforms, including social media, blogs, or news outlets. Mention can then analyze the sentiment of those conversations and send that information to users in the form of alerts. This data also allows Mention to gauge overall public sentiment and reputation of a brand. If those metrics seem particularly unusual - i.e. if there is a spike in negative public sentiment - they can send notifications immediately so that changes can be made.
Basecamp consolidates many project management systems into one centralized location that includes to-do lists, shared documents, schedules and discussions. In the Basecamp interface, users can see what tasks need to be accomplished, who they are assigned to and when they are due. They can also access public documents and discussion boards. This allows for more organized communication and more efficient and comprehensive teamwork.
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Mention's End Points
Create or modify a Mention user account, including the user’s contact info, how often they receive alerts and what kind of access they have to the data on Mention. This allows you to ensure that users can operate as efficiently as possible and interact with Mention in a way that creates the best workflow for them.
Retrieve a list of mentions that have been tracked by your alerts, which can be filtered by a number of parameters including source, date range and tone. This query then returns details - like description, source and author’s influence score - about the relevant mentions, allowing you to gauge if the mention warrants a response.
Define the parameters of an alert, such as the alert’s name, query terms and tracked sources. Then, retrieve data about the mentions that have triggered the alert, including how many mentions there are and how important it is to respond to them.
Design tags, which can be used to filter responses generated by your alerts. Once a tag is created, you can either fetch all the Mentions with that tag in them or use the tag as one of many parameters to filter queries about the mentions in an alert.
Basecamp's End Points
Get data about a project, including its name, status, and the list of tools enabled for that project (schedules, to-do’s, and message boards, for example). You can also use this endpoint to modify existing projects that need additional functionality or to trash projects that are no longer being worked on.
Retrieve information about a to-do task, such as its name, status, creator and assignee. Then, look at important information about your tasks such as what tasks a person has assigned to them, what tasks are still active and how long those tasks have been active. This can help you measure project performance and other key metrics.
Track any time a change occurs in Basecamp i.e. if there is a new comment, an assigned to-do, a new document, or any number of other events. This data can help you highlight trends, run analytics, and support any other data sources that rely on event reporting.
Get information about any comment made in Basecamp, including the name of the commenter, the date the comment was made, the content of the comment, and what project the comment was on. This data can help you both monitor user engagement and gauge which projects are being talked about the most.