After years of stagnating, TweetDeck has found his mojo again, with the valuable help of mothership Twitter. Following its massive update a few months ago, the platform has released yet another update that will leave social media managers and Twitter aficionados ecstatic.
Apart from making it obligatory to have a Twitter account to log in, the social media platform added some more handy features. More specifically, TweetDeck has completed the integration of its ‘Teams’ series of functionalities and users can now safely delegate access to accounts to other team members. Moreover, Group DMs, a feature announced a while back is now available on the platform.
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TweetDeck users can also add up to 4 pictures per tweet and enjoy in-line playback of videos and GIFs. Last, but not least? Dataminr subscribers can now add columns and receive notifications of new alerts to Dataminr watch list. Dataminr transforms Twitter streams and other public datasets into actionable signals, discovering real-time information regarding Finance, Public Sector, News, Security and Crisis Management.
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