Overall Satisfaction with TweetDeck
We use TweetDeck in our unit to push content through multiple accounts. Personally, I use it for both my personal and business accounts. That includes 3 business, 2 personal accounts. I use TweetDeck to tweet in real-time, thread tweets, schedule tweets, add images, and send direct messages to other users.
- TweetDeck provides a detailed snapshot of your timeline and mentions in one view.
- TweetDeck allows for scheduling across multiple accounts, and shows when each tweet is ready for publish.
- TweetDeck allows you to customize the information you see for each account. If you don't want to see mentions but do want to see DMs for a certain account, you can do that.
- At one time, TweetDeck allowed us to add gifs. For some reason, they took that away. I wish it would return.
- This is a Twitter problem in general: we need an edit option.
- More customization options for look and feel of the platform, perhaps?
- Increased efficiency.
- Better ability to quickly tweet across multiple platforms.
- Convenient real-time snapshot of our presence on Twitter.
Several years ago I used the Hootsuite Free service. I found Tweetdeck to be preferable because of its user interface, and greater functionality. Moreover, I recall Hootsuite bombarding me with emails that were just irrelevant. TweetDeck just does what it does, without hassle. Its UI and functionality for multiple accounts seems to be the best I've tried.
This is really not applicable unless we're talking about Twitter overall, which has been fairly responsive to concerns.
Do you think TweetDeck delivers good value for the price?
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Did TweetDeck live up to sales and marketing promises?
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Would you buy TweetDeck again?
TweetDeck is ideal for anyone who manages more than one professional or personal account. Its capacity to show you all the relevant information on your accounts on one screen increases efficiency and is quite convenient. But even for personal/single account use, TweetDeck offers a different desktop view that I prefer to the normal interface. TweetDeck is probably not for Twitter users who rarely engage on the platform.