TameIt: Organize Twitter

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Facebook and Twitter has been for many people their source of news. I rarely find myself learning new happenings from news sites.

Twitter, on the other hand, with its hashtag functionality, you can get trending news on various topics you want to find out about. However, sometimes, things get out of hand.

Twitter suffers also from TMI. You are constantly bombarded with so much more than you bargained for. If only we could just get what’s important.

TameIt is a web application designed to give you what’s important now.

Tame analyzes the last 24 hours of your timeline and crunches it down to a top 10 overview of the most relevant hashtags, users and links. Then you can use Tame like a search engine and get the most relevant topics, people and content.

Features

  • Search Specific Hashtags
  • Find Specific Users
  • Tweak Search Results
  • Compatible with mobile devices

Website: http://tame.it/

 Gmail: Move Emails to the Correct Tab

When you are working with a lot of email — especially from with work, hobbies and newsletters — organization is key. You would want emails to be somewhere instead of hiding somewhere you can’t find it.

Aside from Folders which most email services provide, Gmail now has tabs.

This is great and all but I really just want to move emails on Gmail to the correct tab

Ah, yes, let’s start moving stuff.

Drag and Drop

Moving Gmail emails from one tab is easy as dragging and dropping. When you are on a different tab, just press and move the email to the tab you want the email put into.

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Confirm

You will need to confirm dragging or just press Undo otherwise. You are also given the option for Gmail to remember that emails from that certain address could be moved to the tab automatically.

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You’re done!

Now, emails will automatically be moved to your tab.

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 FeedPress: The Feedburner Alternative

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Ever since the shutdown of some of Google’s services, like Google Reader, some owners have been looking for alternative services.

One such service, FeedPress is trying to become an alternative to Feedburner, Google’s and one of the leading feed management services.

FeedPress, however has a free and paid version. The paid version costs 3USD per month or 30USD per year

Even with the Free version, FeedPress has great features not found on FeedBurner

FeedPress Features

  • Social Networking support
  • Dropbox export
  • Piwik Plugin
  • Mint Plugin
  • Newsletter subscribers import

Website: http://feedpress.it/