Posts Tagged ‘Google Chrome’
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So, you’re probably aware of the Instagram vs. Twitter rift, in which Twitter cut off Instagram’s “find friends from Twitter” feature after which Instagram disabled photo integration with Twitter.
Many Instagram users still share their ‘grams directly to Twitter, but now their followers have to click the image link and be taken to Instagram, rather than being able to expand the image right in Twitter. Kind of annoying.
But, there’s a solution.
As recently as six months ago, when you did a Google search in Chrome, relevant tweets would show up in your search results.
Which was super helpful, especially if you were looking for timely, ultra-relevant information. But Twitter put a stop to that technology.
I’ve been having lots of fun lately trying out extensions and apps from the Google Chrome Web Store, and recently discovered a few hidden gems for managing Twitter. Proxlet Tweet Filter is one that deserves a mention.