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A Step-By-Step Guide To Creating Custom Timelines On Twitter

A Step-By-Step Guide To Creating Custom Timelines On Twitter

Yesterday we shared the news that Twitter has introduced the ability to create custom timelines.

Custom timelines are a new type of timeline that you control by selecting, a la carte, the individual tweets from the accounts you want to include.

Here’s a handy step-by-step guide to creating a custom Twitter timeline.

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Chrome’s TweetDeck Extension Notifications Take A Hit Thanks To New API Guidelines

Chrome’s TweetDeck extension just got a horrible update.

Evidently, when the all-powerful World Wide Web Consortium introduced the web notifications API, they originally specified both plain text notifications and richer HTML-based ones, but the latter have now been removed.

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Twitter Rolls Out An Updated TweetDeck

Following TweetDeck founder Iain Dodsworth’s departure from Twitter, the social giant has given TweetDeck a web-based refresh.

The writing was definitely in the Twitter Cards, as Twitter’s shuttering of TweetDeck’s mobile apps indicated its interest in focusing on the TweetDeck web experience.

Read on for a run-through of the new TweetDeck features and aesthetic.

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TweetDeck Founder Iain Dodsworth Leaving Twitter

TweetDeck founder Iain Dodsworth announced in a tweet on Friday that he’s leaving Twitter.

The news comes on the heels of Twitter’s shutdown of the TweetDeck iPhone, Android, and AIR versions, and the dissolution of TweetDeck as a legal Twitter subsidiary.

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Resigns As Director Of Twitter U.K.

Twitter-Owned TweetDeck Ltd Officially Closed Down By Business Regulators

We told you it was coming, and now TweetDeck Ltd, the company behind the once super-popular Twitter client of the same name that was acquired by Twitter in 2011 for a heady $40 million, has been officially shut down by UK regulators after the firm failed to file their business accounts on time.

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The Original TweetDeck, Plus The TweetDeck iPhone And Android Apps, Are Closing Down, Says Twitter

Twitter is closing down the original, Adobe AIR-based version of TweetDeck, as well as the TweetDeck for iPhone and TweetDeck for Android mobile apps, reports the TweetDeck blog.

Both apps will be removed from their respective app stores in “early May”, before functionality will stop completely. TweetDeck Facebook integration will also discontinue at this time.

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Twitter Sent Official TweetDeck Closure Letter After Failing To File Business Accounts

Last week we reported that Twitter client favourite TweetDeck was in trouble after failing to file company business accounts in September and December of last year. Because of the delay the company was fined a total of £750.

Well, things have taken a turn for the worse as Twitter have now been sent a letter by regulators warning of TweetDeck’s impending closure.

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Twitter Favourite TweetDeck Risks Closure After Failing To File Business Accounts

Last week Twitter UK unveiled first-year profits of £16,500, which covered the British subsidiary of Twitter, Inc’s first seven months of existence between June 1, 2011, and December 31, 2011.

One problem: Twitter UK was late with the filings, which means they’ll likely have to pay a fine. Assuming they cough up, no real damage done.

But another UK Twitter company is now so late with their business accounts that they risk being struck off entirely. And that company is TweetDeck.

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Dear Twitter: Please Put TweetDeck Out Of Its Misery And Kill It Off For Good

Once upon a time, TweetDeck was, for many users, the Twitter client of choice.

As one of the first platforms to support configurable columns, TweetDeck quickly established itself as the de facto standard for power-browsing on Twitter, and this continued for years.

Right up until Twitter bought it.

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