After Twitter launched Dashboard on desktop and mobile just six months ago, the company has now announced that it will be shutting it down on Feb. 3.
In June, we reported that Twitter was launching Dashboard, an iOS and desktop app that would help businesses connect with their customers and other Twitter users more easily.
Many businesses began to use it by creating custom feeds to watch what people say about them, and to engage with those people. It offered businesses to interact with the right Tweets, at the right time. Among other features, it also gave businesses inspiration and tweet ideas!
And now, Dashboard is going away. Twitter announced its demise, in tweet-form.
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