TweetDeck by Twitter
By Twitter, Inc.
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TweetDeck makes it easier for publishers, marketers and power users to track the real-time conversations they care about. It brings more flexibility and insight to power users through a customizable layout that lets you keep up with the people and topics that matter most to you. And, you can join the conversation by tweeting, sharing photos and links to news stories, and more.
What's New in Version 3.9.482
We have loads of great new features for you:
- Share access to your accounts safely & securely with Teams
- Keep the conversation going with Group DMs
- Add up to 4 images with every Tweet
- GIFs and Videos now play in-line
- Share a Tweet via Direct Message to a group of friends
- Dataminr subscribers can now add columns and receive notifications of new alerts to Dataminr watch lists
- Loads of little bug fixes and improvements under the hood.
Nice update, Still some bugs
Like the update and the new features, but still a few bugs. The scorlling bars are sitting on top of the columns content blocking some text and the bottom scroll bar is hidden not allowing for horizontal scrolling. Hopefully you can fix this soon.
Feature request: "Notifications Count” Would like to see the icon on the dock showing new notifications. Not everyone has the app open all the time to see notification updates.
"Tweet Limits" To be able to limit the number of tweets from those you follow, from showing on the Home feed. Some people tweet like every hour, but instead of “Muting” them completely from the wall, just being able to show like the last 5 tweets or something would be great.
Otherwise, keep up the great work.
Decent, but could use some touch-ups
I really wish the muted users from my Twitter account came over to Tweetdeck, but alas, I have to mute people all over again on here. It’s not the end of the world, but a pain. Same for turning off retweets from certain users.
I also get the flickering that a lot of other users are mentioning.
Other than that, I think the layout works well. And hands down it’s better than the actual Twitter app.
Alright but needs to be fixed!
Everything is like like the web version but the main problem I’m having with mine is it doesnt like to load. The app stays on the loading screen for a long time and I’ve tried reinstalling in it and that doesnt help at all. Some occasions while wait for it to bring up the columns I’ll quit the app 2-3 times then if I’m lucky it’ll show the columns on the 4th time. If not then the 5th time