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Posts Tagged ‘TweetDeck’

HootSuite’s Update Gives Buffer Run For Money; TweetDeck’s Update Less Impressive

If you’re a fan of autoscheduling your tweets, a la Buffer (and you should be, young ninja), you’re going to go bananas over the new HootSuite autoscheduling option.

Oh, and you can now scroll and link to tweets from TweetDeck. Just smile politely and read on.
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A History Of Twitter’s Acquisitions

Over the past six years, Twitter has acquired no less than 19 companies. Some acquisitions, like TweetDeck, made a huge splash in the Twitter-related news-sphere, while others were more quietly done.

Here’s a look at Twitter’s acquisition history from 2008 to today.
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TweetDeck Bug Reminds Us That “Online Privacy” Is An Oxymoron

Did you hear about the TweetDeck bug that allowed users to login and tweet from other accounts that didn’t belong to them? Well, it got us thinking about applications that we allow to access our data and the reality that “online privacy” really is an oxymoron.
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TweetDeck Releases New Features [VIDEO]

binoculars looking through blindsTweetdeck released some new features today and there’s one item that is particularly interesting. If you’re hearing spy music play in your mind, then the image accompanying this post has done its job.
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CoTweet Shuts Down Free Service: 5 (Free) Twitter App Alternatives You Can Use

Earlier this week, the makers of Twitter dashboard CoTweet announced that it would no longer be offered as a free service. As of February 15, any individuals or businesses using CoTweet will be required to start paying for it, or find an alternative.

So you’re not left in the lurch when CoTweet’s free service shuts down, we’ve compiled 5 of the best alternatives for all your Twitter management needs – and they’re all free.
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Updates To TweetDeck Get Rid Of Adobe Air For HTML5, Ditch All Networks Other Than Twitter And Facebook

Amid the flurry of updates coming from Twitter yesterday – including a complete redesign of its website and apps and brand pages for businesses – one piece of news got lost in the shuffle: the massive changes Twitter made to its dashboard, TweetDeck.
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Twitter-Owned TweetDeck Kills Off Deck.ly, Users Can No Longer Send Messages Longer Than 140 Characters

It’s taken a while, but Twitter has finally focused its attention on not-so-recently purchased TweetDeck. And it’s attention comes in the form of an axe.

The first feature to get chopped from TweetDeck is its deck.ly app, which enabled users to tweet things longer than 140 characters by redirecting those interested in reading the extended post to a separate web page.
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4 Reasons You Should Use A Dashboard, Not Twitter.com

If you’re still sending out your tweets from Twitter.com, you’re missing out on a lot of great functionality. Twitter dashboards enable you to get the most out of Twitter, and really enhance the experience you’re currently getting from Twitter.com.

Using a dashboard is great for businesses looking to really make their Twitter mark, but it’s also a good idea for individuals who just want to listen to interesting tweets and retweet occasionally. Here are four ways Twitter dashboards trump Twitter.com.
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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @JoannaStern

Celebrities and stars in the tech world use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause.  So I thought it would be fun to hear from the stars themselves about how they use it.

@JoannaStern is a technology journalist who tends to like gadgets more than people. She is currently building The Verge, a brand new consumer technology website that will launch in the early fall. In the meantime, you can read her work at This is my next. Joanna was previously the Reviews Editor at Engadget and has written for The New York Times, Men’s Fitness, Gizmodo, and other popular technology outlets.
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Twitter For Android Has Just Had A Major Features Facelift

Good news, Android users: Twitter for Android has been updated, and the new features will, if not totally “wow” you, give you one more reason to unchain from your desk and tweet on the go.
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