How to completely remove SNAPHow to completely remove SNAP
WordPress plugin is not Microsoft Windows, so re-booting/re-installing it won’t fix any problems with your server. Plugin has a small footprint in your DB.
In case you need to remove it completely:
1. Delete social-networks-auto-poster-facebook-twitter-g folder from /wp-content/plugins/
2. Delete nxs-snap-pro-upgrade folder from /wp-content/plugins/ (if you have it)
3. Run this SQL Script:
DELETE FROM wp_options WHERE option_name = ‘NS_SNAutoPoster’;
DELETE FROM wp_options WHERE option_name LIKE ‘nxs%’;
DELETE FROM wp_postmeta WHERE meta_key LIKE ‘snap%’
4. Get any plugin that controls WP Cron and delete nxs_hourly_event task.
Set what posts go to each network based on categories, tags, type, format and many more criteria.
Limit Autoposting Speed
Autopost New Blogposts
"Spin" message post templates
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Export/Import Plugin settings
Format your posts
Additional URL Parameters
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