Help us with our tech plan

Which feature do you wanna see next? We have a lot of ideas and new cool features in the pipe but it’s quite hard to decide which we should focus on. That’s why we have an open tech plan so we could get some help from our beta users! Vote, suggest and comment on the features. Help us decide the future of Twingly!

We can’t guarantee that we devoloping any of the ideas or when we do it, but we really look at them for real. And we love feedback and ideas so please throw them on us! If you don’t have access to the beta, sign up or send an email to feedback@twingly.com.

4 thoughts on “Help us with our tech plan

  1. Kai April 20, 2008 / 22:11

    Features?

    I’d like to see some kind of “What’s hot in the EU-Blogosphere right now”-RSS Feed. Just like “rivva” does for the german blogosphere or technorati with its US-focused content.

    (If that’s what twingly already does – forget my comment 😉 )

  2. Anton April 21, 2008 / 12:02

    Yes, we have a open tech plan like “Digg” we’re our beta users can suggest and vote on new features. So they are highly involved in what we’re doing next.

    Thanks for the tip! We have som thougts on that type of tools and we’ll see how and when we’re launching something like that. But why not “What’s hot in my-own-choice-topic” instead of just the EU-blogosphere?

    Regards,

    Anton Johansson

  3. Kai April 21, 2008 / 19:01

    The problem with ““What’s hot in my-own-choice-topic” might be that I simply miss those interesting debates about new topics for which I haven’t defined keyowrds so far. If I am interested in topic X and my super-duper feed delivers every single blog with ongoinig discussions about X, I won’t notice an uprising discussion about topic Y unless I change the search criteria. So, some kind of “What’s hot in Europe right now”-feed would be nice for me 😉

    (Just my 2 Cents…)

  4. Anton April 21, 2008 / 19:17

    Yes, of course. That’s right. But I mean… why not “What’s hot in Europe right now” as standard but you could also go into categories like “Tech” and see what’s hot in the european tech-blogosphere right now? That would be much more useful in the long run, I think.

    Thanks again, we consider every feedback we get!

    Regards,

    Anton

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