Using Streamified Alerts to Monitor News & Social Media
Note: This feature is only available to Streamified Premium, Streamified Professional, and Streamified Enterprise users.
At a glance, Streamified Alerts are like a combination of Facebook Notifications, Google Alerts, and Twitter Mentions. They are built on top of Streamified Search to allow you to receive notifications when something important happens. You can even receive daily summary emails of alerts!
The simplest and most common use of Streamified Alerts is probably to combine @mentions, notifications, etc.
First Look: Streamified Search
Note: Access to full search is throttled for Streamified Free (2 full searches /month)and Streamified Premium (20 full searches /month) users. Streamified Professional and Streamified Enterprise users can perform an unlimited number of full searches.
At a glance, Streamified Search lets you delve deeply into any subject, filter posts on location, sentiment, language, and much more. It’s the ideal way to learn a bit more, or even monitor your brand.
Sometimes, you just want to quickly explore a topic in more depth. The Streamified Quicksearch bar at the top of the application will search through all your streams, as well as millions of articles residing on the Streamified servers. For example, the tech world is currently discussing the new Blackberry. By typing in Blackberry, I received a half dozen posts from my Twitter and Google Reader feeds, plus many more results from around the internet - all from this morning alone!
Announcing Streamified.me’s New Look & Our Browser Extension’s Return
We’re excited to be able to finally share with you the latest version of our web app, Streamified.me!
Over the last few months, we’ve been hard at work redesigning our web app in order to make the reading experience as streamlined and easy on the eyes as possible. We hope that our new design makes it easier for you to browse and catch up on updates from your friends and family.
This update also means that our browser extension is back up-to-speed. A few weeks ago, Google published a change to Google+ which caused the “cross-posting” feature to be broken, meaning that users could not post through Streamified from inside Google+. In addition to fixing this bug, this update also integrates some of the new Streamified.me features, such as tracking post analytics from posts made within G+.
We’d love to hear what you think. Our support site, as always, is available at GetSatisfaction; as this is a new release, there may be some bugs we haven’t squashed yet and we’d love it if you could help us out by sharing your experiences.
In the meantime, please click the cut below to take a quick tour of our new interface!
Introducing: Streamified for Teams
Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve put the finishing touches on Streamified Teams, available via our web and Mac apps! For those who use social media professionally, it’s essential to have a social media tool that allows you to browse your feeds, crosspost across networks when appropriate, and communicate with team members.
While you and other members of a team may have already been using Streamified professionally to manage your accounts, each member adding the appropriate accounts to their Streamified usernames, Streamified Teams gives you a little more control over account security and content distribution.
We’re eager to continue working on Streamified Teams and look forward to hearing your feedback.
Getting started with Streamified Teams
In order to create a team, the team leader/admin must have a Professional subscription to Streamified (read more about our subscription options and check out your current subscription level here). However: the team leader is the only one who needs a Streamified subscription; Free or Premium Streamified users can be added as members.
First, make sure that all of the social network accounts you’d like to share with your team members have been added to your Streamified account. Then, open your account tools by clicking on the profile icon in the bottom right corner (green arrow in the below screenshot), then click on the teams icon (pink arrow).