Tweetdeck problem updating buzz
There’s also short URL previews, and Tweet Tabs will remember which tabs you had open last each time you return to the site from the same computer.It's a web 2.0 style client for Twitter.com, designed to submit status updates to Twitter via your i Google homepage, Gmail Account or as a standalone app (website).Timeline, replies and direct messages are in a sidebar, like Gmail's folders, and the text of the tweets themselves goes right where you'd expect to see a subject line.One feature we really liked, and one that we hope more desktop apps will recreate (including the Seesmic Desktop), is Seesmic's ability to sync persistent searches back and forth with your Twitter profile on Twitter's own site.This is why I searched for browser-based alternatives and found quite a few.It gives you the option to create multiple channels so as to monitor Twitter throughout different accounts, whereas you can also filter tweets in several manners.
You can retweet, reply and so on by using Tweet Tabs, but it won't post the tweets directly, instead, it will redirect you to Twitter's web interface.Retweets, keywords and groups are the ones that easily spring to mind.In addition to that, Twit Hive will empower you to track keyword mentions and integrate Google News with blog search in order to always catch the latest buzz.On the face of it this seems like a simple enough call to make but for some reason I had some trouble getting it to work.
After some research and a whole lot of trial and error here’s how I got it to work.
Basically, it has almost all the features seen in a Twitter desktop client and it also has some extra features you might enjoy!