TweetDeck is a desktop Twitter client that allows you to organize your main Twitter feed into sections based on search terms, replies, and groups of users that you specify. TweetDeck is an Adobe Air app for Mac, Windows and Linux (with manu...More
TweetDeck is a desktop Twitter client that allows you to organize your main Twitter feed into sections based on search terms, replies, and groups of users that you specify. TweetDeck is an Adobe Air app for Mac, Windows and Linux (with manual install).
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Filter out the noise: TweetDeck is great if you want to listen to lots of people but focus in on family and friends. I have groups created for my different social groups: family, work and friends. Great if you're an avid Twitterer but want to remain sane!
Awesome tool to stay organized with Twitter: I follow lots of interesting people, but there's no way that I can keep up with all their tweets. I do, however, like to see what they have to say about topics that I like to follow (like artisan beer, kite flying, and venture capital). I also like to follow specific people more closely like close friends and colleagues. TweetDeck adds this sorely lacking functionality.
I do agree with the other reviewer though: it would be so much better if TweetDeck was an online app.
A Clean, Useful Extension to Twitter: This is a great way to use Twitter. It provides a deceptively powerful interface to filter your incoming tweets. This is especially useful in the morning when I have a huge backlog of tweets to plow through.
My only complaint is that it's a desktop application. I'd rather use a webapp, but I'm willing to make a sacrifice for this functionality.
Indispensable software for Twitter fans: TweetDeck is one of my favorite apps right now because it helps me focus on the information I'm most interested in. If you're like me, you're following more people on Twitter than you actually have the cycles to process. TweetDeck allows you to define various groups of people, separating the people you're following to be polite from the people whose tweets you really care about.
The software is easy to use and helps manage information overload, Great stuff.