Yes, Twitter is a pretty public medium, but sometimes you want to have private conversations and share links with specific people and not with all your followers. In the case where instant messaging doesn’t suit your needs, then we have the solution and it’s called Privatize.
It’s use is relatively easy. You log in with your Twitter account and then you copy and paste the link you want to share. Don’t forget to mention the people who want to see your link on the field that follows. Easy as 1,2,3, right?
According to the website, the team behind Privatize have made every effort possible to secure your tweets by using the latest standards and Twitter API. Privatize can be a cool solution if you need feedback for your work or simply want to share your portfolio with specific users. In addition, if you’re a developer, it could be really useful to invite people in your beta testing.
The team also accepts invitations for improvement, so you can drop them a line in case you have any feedback.
Would you use Privatize?
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