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.
Many Twitter users take advantage of embedded media to create powerful and engaging Tweets, and TweetDeck has an option to view these media in-line. Today, we bring you an upgrade to introduce larger and more flexible previews to make your media shine.
Media previews on TweetDeck used to appear as small thumbnails that you could turn on and off from the settings panel. Now, we offer previews in three sizes - small, medium and large - along with an option to turn them on or off for each column. TweetDeck will display medium size previews by default with the following exceptions:
We recently introduced a redesigned TweetDeck that is consistent across all of our apps - web, Chrome, Windows and Mac. Today we are happy to announce some improvements that make TweetDeck even easier to use.
In order to deliver a number of new and often requested features, we’ve updated TweetDeck’s look and also improved its usability. It’s a step forward in making TweetDeck feel fresh, as well as enabling some great new functionality.
We’ve updated our column filters and search functionality in our Web and Chrome apps with a new section of “User” filters.
Along with this we’ve reorganised the column edit and search builder interfaces so that the content filters are now collected together in a “Content” section and the alerting options are together in “Alert” - collectively providing the most powerful suite of filters and search operators we’ve ever shipped.