Streamified iOS version 1.5 now live in the App...
We’re extremely excited to let you know that version 1.5 of our universal iOS app is now live in the App Store (here’s a direct link)! This is a complete rebuild of the app from the ground up, which is why there was a slight delay in getting this update out to you. Read on for a runthrough of the newest additions to the app! [[MORE]] When you update your app and open it, you’ll notice a few...
Get The Most Out Of: Save-Later Streams
This week, we were going to take a look at Facebook. However, over Memorial Day weekend we released an update to our browser extension! Thus, we thought it would be best to look at Save Later Streams like Instapaper, Readability, and Pocket in this week’s edition of “Get The Most Out Of…” Mobile iOS users have been enjoying these streams for a while. They’re pretty simple once you get the hang of...
Get The Most Out Of: Twitter
Today in “Get The Most Out Of…” we’re going to cover the Twitter blogging platform. Of course, you can follow us on that platform here (our podcast, Let Us Present, has their own Twitter account here, too!). Read on to learn how to best use our browser extension and mobile app to post to Twitter!* Read about Twitter in the browser extension! Read about Twitter in the mobile iOS app! [[MORE]] ...
How I Use Streamified: David M.
The following is a guest post from one of our users, David M. (follow him on Twitter here). Thanks for letting us know how you use Streamified, David! We love hearing from our users, so if you want to share how you use Streamified, get in touch and send an email! — Like many people lately, my work area is the “Internet.” As we all know, the Internet allows us to gather huge amounts...
Anonymous asked: Streamified seems to be slowing down my browsing with Chrome in general. As I wait for a page to load I see a message bottom left informing me that I'm waiting for Streamified. I could see this as something to live with while in G+ but on every website I go to? Why?
jk85uk: Testing Streamified. Should be posting this to Google+, Twitter and my Website. Fingers crossed. Did it work? :)
Anonymous asked: How can I manage multiple Streamified accounts in one place?
Anonymous asked: Hi...just started to use the app and it seems to work really well for posting to Twitter and Facebook. However, is it possible to see the Twitter and Facebook streams in my Google+ PAGE? I can see it in my own Google+ feed but not in my business page. The links from the business page to my Facebook page and Twitter account work fine. Thanks
kidovate asked: Hi, when I post things to Google + they don't seem to be reposted on facebook (which is linked) even though it is all logged in, connected, set up. Do I have to enable this?
Get The Most Out Of: Tumblr
Today in our new series, titled “Get The Most Out Of…” we’re going to cover the Tumblr blogging platform. We’re big fans of Tumblr, and you can actually follow our blog by looking for the “+Follow” link in the upper right corner. Our podcast, Let Us Present, is also on Tumblr, too. Read on to learn how to best use our browser extension and mobile app to post to Tumblogs and read your Dashboard. ...
Anonymous asked: Can you explain a little more about the Live Reading feature for the facebook stream? I don't quite understand under what circumstances something will show up and when it won't.
Anonymous asked: I synced up my twitter and FB. but when I post on google plus (public post), it doesn't post on those sites. what can I do? thanks
Google adds deeper integration of Google+ into... →
From the Lifehacker link — Now, when you get G+ notifications in your Gmail inbox, you’ll be able to view, comment, and +1 those posts without leaving your inbox, and if you’re viewing a notification post and someone else comments on the post, you’ll see that reply in the message, in real time. We haven’t tried this out yet. Is this a feature you wanted?
Get The Most Out Of: Google+
We’re wrapping up our “Get To Know Streamified” column this week, so we thought it was time to start a new one! This new series, titled “Get The Most Out Of…,” aims to show you how you can use the browser extension and/or the mobile app to get the most out of specific streams. Since the history of our company has its roots in the Google+ social network, we thought it’d be a good idea to...
Streamified browser extension now live in the... →
We think it’s the best way to see your social media streams all in one and crosspost between them. We hope you agree! Need a hand setting up your extension? Click here for our walkthrough!