Today we added a new read later feature to Restream. If you’re browsing through the headlines and you spot something you like but don’t have time to read it, simply click on the read later button (below each post) and save it to read at a later time. To access your read later page, click on the read later link located under your name in the navigation. Enjoy!
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Update: Our account is back. Twitter got back to us much quicker than before. Just a few days instead of several weeks. We’ve modified @ReStreamAlerts to send out updates 4 times a day instead of hourly. Hopefully this change and a few others currently in the works will prevent the suspension bot from hitting us.
Add your Twitter favorites to ReStream to receive better content recommendations. ReStream uses what you’ve favorited in the past as a predictor to what you like going forward. This helps improve the accuracy of the recommendation system.
Add Twitter Favorites
- Log into ReStream
- Go to your recommended reading page (click on your name in the top navigation)
- Click on “Favorite Tweets” in the right navigation
This will import your last 500 tweets into ReStream – assuming you have that many. Once complete, allow a few minutes, your Twitter favorites will be used to improve our content recommendations to you.
Make the most of the tweets you favorite by making them easier to browse and share.
One of the most overlooked features of Twitter is Twitter favorites. You can favorite any post in Twitter that you like or you want to reference at a later date. The problem with Twitter favorites is the more you use them, the harder it is to reference them later. You can only scroll through them in a descending date order.
Favoriting tweets is one of the most under-used features of Twitter but one of the most valuable. I use Twitter favorites for bookmarking content. If there’s a link I like or some content I want to read, I favorite it so I can reference it later. Unfortunately, the more you use favorites as bookmarks the harder it is to use.
The downside to Twitter favorites is that you can only look through them in the order that you saved them, one page at a time. This makes all that great content you favorited very difficult to reference. To fix this, I’ve added some new filtering features on ReStream.me.
Filtering Twitter Favorites
Yesterday, I added two new filters to Twitter favorites: filter by tag and filter by author. Once you import your favorites, you can select any of your top 15 tags or top 10 authors to find related favorites. You can also view any page of favorites so jumping to any favorite is much easier.
To get started, log into ReStream.me using Twitter. Import your favorites (step 3 in the sign up process) and go to your recommendations page. Once there, click on “favorite tweets” in the navigation to go to your Twitter favorites. Happy filtering!
Today is launch day for ReStream.me Mobile. Now you can access the ReStream.me discovery engine from everywhere. Highlight from the new web application include:
- Filter your Twitter stream based on links and trends
- Receive ReStream.me’s content recommendations
- View the most popular content currently being shared on Twitter
- Highlighted content keeps you updated on what your favorite Twitter users are publishing
ReStream.me Mobile is now live!
ReStream.me Mobile is almost ready for launch. Soon you will have many of the great filtering and sharing features of ReStream.me every where you go.
- Real-time Twitter Stream: Transforms tweets from your stream into web page titles.
- Twitter Trends: See what links are trending from your stream.
- Recommendations: Receive recommendations based on your interests.
- Most Popular: See the most popular links currently being tracked by ReStream.me
- FavMe: Just like ReStream.me, you can favorite people. The people you favorite influences the content ReStream.me recommends.
- Highlights: A highlight area shows recent Tweets from the people you’ve favorited or content recommendations from ReStream.me
- Tweet, ReTweet, Favorite Tweets, and more…
The ReStream.me mobile web app has been optimized for the iPhone. If you would like to preview this release, please send me an email and I’ll send you a link. If you run into issues using another mobile platform please let me know. I want to make this accessible to everyone but I don’t have other platforms to test on.
Yesterday, I added a new features to ReStream which allows you to search across multiple tags. Now when you go to a tag page.
You can add several tags in the search box.
Example: inspiration, history
Now your search can focus in on the topics you’re looking for.
Try it out and let me know what you think.