Posts Tagged ‘Twitter features’
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Huge update from Twitter. As of right now, anyone can schedule tweets up to a year in advance on any date and time that they choose. And you can do it right on Twitter.com.
Even better: you can now schedule photos using Twitter’s pic.twitter.com image sharer, something that, up until now, you have never been able to do with any other Twitter scheduling dashboard, including HootSuite.
Many users (ahem) have been pushing for filters on Twitter since way back, as they’d be a really useful way to find signal amongst what, let’s face it, can be an awful amount of noise amongst all those tweets, especially during busy periods.
Good news! As of yesterday, Twitter has started rolling out filters in mentions. The catch? This is another feature only for verified accounts. You know, Twitter’s rich and famous.
Launching on the App Store later today and rolling out at music.twitter.com as we speak, Twitter Music is available in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and streams music from three sources: iTunes (the default), Spotify or Rdio.
Yesterday, Twitter announced the availability of three new types of Card, one of which will allow brands to bring users directly to their app via a Tweet.
Even the most tech-savvy among us inevitably have mornings where all the tweets, texts and status updates threaten to overwhelm our inboxes – and brains.
It’s important to always be on the lookout for helpful hacks that let you take advantage of all that technology can make easier for you, effectively separating the wheat from the chaff.
To help save you time, energy and sanity, we’ve pulled together five useful Twitter features you might have overlooked. From the ability to unsend any DM to the creation of completely custom Twitter widgets, we’re sure there’s something on our list that will make at least one part of your digital day easier for you.
Over at the AVC.com blog noted VC Fred Wilson has written about an interesting feature that he’s seen on his Twitter timeline this morning that encourages him to engage with a friend who has recently returned to Twitter after a period of inactivity.
This is an interesting development from Twitter who, like all the major social networks, continuously struggles with the problem of retention of users, and this prompt could play a significant role in keeping people interested. After all, who doesn’t like getting a “welcome back” message from a friend?
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