His massively popular Snapchat stories have led DJ Khaled to be called the King of Snap — but the rapper/producer rules other countries too. If he’s not quite the King, Khaled is surely also at least royalty at Instagram Stories and Facebook stories. If you make something good, you want to share it everywhere with the different audiences who live there. That’s where Storyheap comes in — especially Storyheap’s killer feature: Autopilot. Mashable just wrote about it, dropping the big DJ Khaled name into its headline, though Khaled isn’t a Storyheap user. Yet…
One of Storyheap’s founders, dynamic inventor Sebastian Dobrincu, is sharing the Mashable story around. His cofounder Jordan Gonen tweeted inviting people to join the Storyheap beta on March 18. The app does a lot, and promises sophisticated analytics, but Storyheap Autopilot is the promised land for power users (like, um, DJ Khaled?). As it says in the beta invite: “Post once. Share everywhere. Hands-free.” Right now the promise is seamless story sharing from Snapchat to Instagram — hear that John Mayer? (Mayer is also killing it on Snapchat.) But eventually the “everywhere” in the Storyheap promise will really become everywhere, when Storyheap makes the next story leap.
Post to Snapchat, and have it automatically share on Instagram (and vice versa)
— Jordan Gonen (@jrdngonen) March 18, 2017