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Improvements in Seesmic Windows – New RT, Adding Users to Lists, Followers, Tweetphoto and more

Seesmic Windows gets a maintenance update with some new
features such as new RT, add users to lists. We are working in parallel on a
huge release which will take a few more weeks.

Having
gained the constant support from all our users, we have updated Seesmic Windows
with eagerly awaited for features.

Seesmic Windows 0.6 now includes:

- Ability to add new users to Twitter Lists 
- Follow / Un-follow users
- Native RT
- Block or Spam users that have undesired DM or
Tweets 

Ability to add new users to Twitter Lists

This is a greatly appreciated
feature in Seesmic Windows update. Simply by hovering over the user’s avatar,
you will be able to directly access Twitter lists and add other followers. The
modifications will automatically become available. 

Add to UserLists-Seesmic-Windows

Follow or Un-follow

One of the most practical and
useful functions of Seesmic Windows is the easiness of following or
un-following users. If you click on the user name, you’ll visit the selected
profile. Apart from the user’s information and updates, the profile includes the:
Follow, Un-follow and Block buttons. Of course, the profile also displays the
number of users tracking the line of tweets and recent updates. 

Follow_Users_Seesmic_Windows

Native RT

Taking into consideration the fastness of spreading information, Seesmic Windows now integrates the new native RT. We have also kept the
<Quote function> for those of you that are still keen on the old style
RT. The gear wheel on a user’s avatar permits you to opt between the two. 

RT_Seesmic_Windows

Block or Spam

If a user’s tweets or DM have
become an annoyance, it is possible to report it and Block or declare Spam. We
have included this option, always having the interest to maintain your
transparency and security issues unharmed.

Furthermore, we have also included the auto-correction of messages when introduced in panel box. 

You can also send Images via TweetPhoto network. 

TweetPhoto
 

The aspects that some of you have
so kindly pointed to us in the past have been dealt with: 

- Strange message appearing in timeline <
Unexpected character encountered while parsing value>
- The disadvantage of not being able to see all
the user’s image
- Inability to install the application
- Disadvantage of including shortened links into
the panel box
- Application failing unexpectedly
- Inability to see the correct size of the window
when maximized

We are very happy to hear your
opinions on using Seesmic Windows 0.6 and quite interested in all your feedback
and suggestions.  

Posted by admin in Seesmic, Seesmic Windows, Twitter
  • http://profile.typepad.com/blowdart1 Blowdart

    So yes, retweet support has been a pressing lack.
    However this is offset by a confirmation dialog on every tweet with no way to turn it off (ditto for retweets), the removal of Sent DMs from the Private timeline into their own timeline so now you can’t follow a conversation without looking at two windows, and no way to switch that back, and still bit.ly authentication support does not save/work.
    Really? This is the cost for native retweet support? It’s too darned high if that’s the case.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/stephensonadam Adam Stephenson

    Service settings such as bit.ly still don’t save.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/lostexpectation Lostexpectation

    you “upgrade” and don’t fix the bitly connection! fix or withdraw your entire program!

  • http://profile.typepad.com/dudumaroja DuduMaroja

    I miss a autorefresh for lists and searchs! dont need to be enabled, but a option is major for following trends!

  • http://profile.typepad.com/bobbher Bobbher

    Some day, Symbian users we will see a version of Seesmic?