The TweetDeck Blog

News and updates about TweetDeck, an app that offers flexibility and insights to Twitter users.

Switching your login credentials on TweetDeck

By March 31, you’ll need to use your Twitter credentials to log in on TweetDeck.Read more…

Introducing TweetDeck Teams

Share access to your Twitter accounts safely and securely.Read more…

Now on TweetDeck: group Direct Messages

A fun new way to send private messages on TweetDeck – in a group.Read more…

Share a Tweet through Direct Messages

A new way for you to share on Twitter.Read more…

More functionality for scheduled Tweets

New on TweetDeck: the ability to schedule Tweets with images, plus better visibility for shared accounts. Read more…

#TweetDeckTips: Q&A with Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Andrew Moon

In this series on #TweetDeckTips, we hear from journalists and editors who use TweetDeck to accelerate and improve their digital newsgathering process.Read more…

New users can sign in to TweetDeck using Twitter

Beginning today, people new to TweetDeck can sign in using their Twitter username and password rather than creating a separate TweetDeck account.Read more…

Custom timelines in TweetDeck

Starting today, we are introducing the ability to create custom timelines in TweetDeck. Custom timelines, which were just announced, are a new type of timeline that you control by selecting the Tweets you want to include. In this post, we’ll describe everything you need to know to create and share custom timelines.Read more…

#TweetDeckTips: Q&A with Circa’s @antderosa

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TweetDeck is the most powerful Twitter tool for real-time tracking, organizing and engagement. In this edition of #TweetDeckTips, Circa’s Anthony DeRosa explains why TweetDeck is the single most valuable tool he uses to source news.

Tell us a little about your background and how you ended up being such an effective curator of real-time news.Read more…

#TweetDeckTips: Q&A with Laura Davis

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L.A. Times deputy mobile editor Laura Davis, uses TweetDeck’s Chrome app to monitor and report live-events. Read more…

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