TweetDeck for Mac is Updated With Numerous Improvements

Posted March 28, 2013 at 1:17pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 3195 views

TweetDeck for Mac has been updated with numerous improvements including advanced search, wide columns, keyboard shortcuts, and more. Although Twitter continues to work on its OS X version of TweetDeck, earlier this month the company announced that it would discontinue TweetDeck Air, TweetDeck for Android, and TweetDeck for iPhone.

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 This Version:
➤ Introduced column filters and powerful advanced search
➤ Added Content filters to columns and search including ability to filter by media, RTs, including and excluding terms
➤ Added Users filters to columns and search including ability to filter by verified users, members of a list and more
➤ Added wide column setting
➤ Added new font sizes to settings
➤ Spacebar now triggers page down event
➤ Cmd+W closes windows
➤ Social proof for favorites & RTs in detail view
➤ Added verified badge to list searches
➤ Enabled infinite scroll in temporary columns

You can download TweetDeck from the App Store for free.

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