Introducing the New Tweepi beta. Powerful filters, mobile friendly and more

We’ve been working day and night for the past few months to rewrite Tweepi with a newer, mobile friendly technology stack. The motivation was two fold, a better Tweepi and making the code base organized and testable for our team to enjoy developing new features. We are finally ready to introduce the new Tweepi beta!

Faster, mobile friendly, and packed with new features.

Faster, mobile friendly, and packed with new features.

Column headers and pagination bar always displayed

On larger screen resolutions (tablets or above), the column headers and pagination toolbar will be always displayed. That’s a long requested feature by many of our awesome users. No more scrolling up and down to sort or navigate.

New powerful filters

You can now build more complex criteria for any Tweepi manage or follow tool:

  • You can define ranges by defining two filters, one greater than and one less than.
  • You can filter by “empty”, “not empty” or “not contain”.
  • Dates are relative. No need to calculate specific dates. Just enter how many days ago.
New powerful filters

New powerful filters

Accurate 24 hour follow counter

Moved to the navigation bar. You can now keep an eye on the number of follows and unfollows performed since 24 hours.

New Follow Action Counter

The new action counter

Responsive and mobile-friendly

Redesigned to work on mobile devices and tablets.

It's responsive

It’s responsive

Bookmarkable URLs

All pages are now bookmarkable, along with how many users per page displayed and filters selected. Try this link to follow journalists @cnn follows who have tweeted in the past 2 weeks.

 

Please use the orange ‘Feedback’ button to the right of the new Tweepi to share your thoughts with us, or report any odd behaviour. Many of you already have our email addresses, so feel free to email us directly.

We look forward to reading your feature requests and feedback!

 

Posted in Tweepi News | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Twitter rules more strict. Quick Actions retired. Default Button introduced.

Due to the latest Twitter updates to their “Automation Rules and Best Practices“, we are forced to disable multiple selections and retire the “Quick Actions” feature. As a result, you’ll notice that the checkboxes have been removed and you can now just select one user at a time.

Tweepi still provides a variety of tools to make your Twitter experience the best out there. More to come…

Please feel free to contact us for help using the latest version of Tweepi.

Posted in Tweepi News | 2 Comments

Stricter Twitter Rules. Introducing Tweepi’s new Quick Actions.

Update [16th September 2013]: Twitter did not agree that Quick Actions complies with their latest rules. As a result we are retiring ‘Quick Actions’ and making the best out of this situation by introducing the ‘Default Button’ toggle that emphasizes the main action you’d like to perform.

Please feel free to contact us for help using the latest version of Tweepi.

 

Due to the latest Twitter updates to their “Automation Rules and Best Practices“, we are forced to disable multiple selections. As a result, you’ll notice that the checkboxes have been removed and you can now just select one user at a time.

To keep Tweepi the fastest way to manage your Twitter account, we are introducing Quick Actions. Once the toggle button is clicked, you may click anywhere on a row to Follow/Unfollow or Force Unfollow a user.

Tweepi's new Quick Actions... in action

Tweepi’s new Quick Actions… in action

Use your keyboard…

The great news is that by being cornered into this change, Tweepi got even better! Try this:

  • Enable a Quick Action
  • Click a row (that’ll activate the Quick Action selected)
  • Then start navigating with the “Up” and “Down” keyboard arrows. Hitting the “Spacebar” will select this row and activate the action.

We are confident that this change will enhance your Tweepi experience, and make it faster to make follow/unfollow choices through our interface.

As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback about Tweepi’s Quick Actions.

Posted in Tweepi News | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

New Follow by Bio Search. Retired “Load stats”.

With the new Twitter API 1.1 requirements and improvements, Tweepi got a new upgrade to comply with the new restrictions as well as an awesome new Bio Search feature. The “Follow by Tweet search” Premium feature can now load 75 tweets to be analyzed rather than just 50.

New Follow by Bio Search tool

A new improvement of the Twitter API adds the user search feature. Tweepi Premium Platinum users can now search for public Twitter users by bio, topic of interest, full name, company name, location, or other similar criteria.

New Follow by User Search

New Follow by User Search

“Load stats” button and columns deactivated

With the new rate limiting introduced with Twitter’s API 1.1, we can no longer offer the stats feature. This feature and the stats columns have been deactivated. The button is now “Load Klout” to load Klout scores for the visible users.

Load Klout button

More tweets loaded per tweet search page

The Follow by tweet search tool now loads 75 tweets per page instead of just 50. That should help our users select new users to follow faster.

 

We’re working on more exciting features… to be introduced soon!

Posted in Tweepi News | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment