New TweetDeck Version Has Nice New Features
Article by George Norman
On 23 Mar 2012
On Thursday, March 22, Twitter announced that it released a new version of TweetDeck to the public and touted the fact that this new version (that would be TweetDeck 1.3) comes with some very nice new features. Of course, the new version also comes with various small improvements and bug fixes.

To get the new TweetDeck version, current Windows users need to restart the app, Mac users need to hit Updates after they open the Mac App Store, and Chrome users need to restart their browsers. If you’re not using TweetDeck, I suggest you check it out; it is a very popular and properly good Twitter application.

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Getting the new TweetDeck version, v. 1.3, means you will have access to these new features:
  • Create, edit, and delete lists directly in the TweetDeck app. Manage lists by hitting the dedicated Lists button on the toolbar. There’s an “Add or Remove from lists” menu item on all user profiles.
  • To let you see additional activity on Twitter, two new columns have been added. The Interactions column displays all of your mentions, alerts you when you’ve been followed, added to a list, retweeted or favorited. The Activity column shows a real-time feed of all the follow, favorite and add-to-list actions performed by the accounts that you follow.
  • Support for inline media previews has been added, meaning that you can view images and videos faster and more easily.
  • “Quote” has been replaced with “Edit & RT” just like the users asked.

For a more visual experience, check out the video below. It presents all the new features that TweetDeck 1.3 has to offer.

TweetDeck was acquired by Twitter in the spring of 2011. Twitter paid £25million (about $40 million) for the Adobe AIR application developed by Iain Dodsworth that allows users to send and receive tweets and view profiles.






Tags: Twitter, TweetDeck, Windows, Mac OS X, Chrome
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