Shared Links (weekly) May 9, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) May 9, 2021

Would you Pay for Tweetdeck or Advanced Twitter Features?

Would you Pay for Tweetdeck or Advanced Twitter Features?

If they really want to charge for Tweetdeck, it needs to be treated like a commercial product. Since they brought it in years ago, Twitter has basically just left it sitting on the shelf. There hasn’t been a lot of development, there’s no longer an iOS app, and some native Twitter features, like deleting a tweet, aren’t integrated with Tweetdeck. So, if you’re looking to make some money by charging for Tweetdeck, I get it, but I’m gonna need a little more effort from you Twitter.

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 3, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 3, 2021

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Linked – Instagram adds the ability to share your Stories to a smaller group of friends
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Linked – Instagram adds the ability to share your Stories to a smaller group of friends

This is the next natural progression for social networks, closing the circle on who we share things with. “The new feature adds a level of flexibility to how you share personal moments with friends of your own choosing. Instagram says it is available worldwide from today for both the Android and iOS versions of the…

Linked – App notifications are tricking you to click by exaggerating numbers in your alert badges
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Linked – App notifications are tricking you to click by exaggerating numbers in your alert badges

Look, everyone knows that when you see a notification on your phone, curiosity is going to kick in, that’s why many of us change the default settings to only alerting us to the things that are really important, of course that just means they’ll keep changing the game: I know I’m constantly finding myself with…