New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge — The Twitter Chat — 8 Comments

  1. I use TweetDeck when I’m on Twitter. I find that it’s pretty simple to use when it comes to chatting. You just have to add a column and the chat’s hashtag to follow what’s going on. It can take a while to get used to the platform though.

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  3. Thanks for the link to TweetChat, that looks invaluable! Especially since the Twitter website has been only partially functional for me for ages now, requiring multiple refreshes to even look right.

    • You might also like TweetDeck that Vasilly mentioned. That’s what I use most of the time. I switch to TweetChat when chatting because I have a terrible time remember to add the hash tag.

  4. I somehow can’t manage Joy, and have decided Twitter may not be my thing. I do like to read the follow-up though. It always seems like so much fun. Maybe I have to try a bit harder with the hashtags and the fast pace. Right now I’m in a totally different time zone to do anything about it, but maybe in the New Year when I get back to PST.

  5. I wish I had been able to attend; you give a great explanation on how to participate in twitter chats.

    I don’t have any literary goals this year yet, but I’m going to think on it. Sadly, I work the next several Wednesdays and will miss your chats. They sound so fun.

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