You are now able to create Channels at Twingly.com

Starting from today, you are able to create open Channels at Twingly.com. Since you are a registered as a beta user, we would very much like to encourage you to try this out!

Twingly Channels is a social news reader. You can set up Channels for any topic you are interested in, and invite others to subscribe. The subscribers can post links into the Channel, or comment and vote on the content that come in from the blogs or news feeds you have inserted.

If you are interested in trying this out, click here to go to Create Channel

If you have lost your password you will be able to request a new one, or sign up if you haven’t done so already.

Again, what is Twingly Channels?
Twingly Channels is like a mix between Digg and Google Reader, where people help each other finding interesting news. By sorting news stories on the number of responses from social media and from users in your Channel, we help you to quickly find out what are the top stories every day.

Why should I become the creator of a Channel?
To create a Channel is somewhat similar to starting a blog, but you’re not writing any posts. Instead you add existing blogs and news feeds to the Channel that are highly relevant to a topic you and others are interested in. Top stories from all sources are then extracted so that your subscribers get the best news every day. You become the curator of that Channel, building a community of subscribers sharing a common interest.

Click here to go to Twingly.com >

5 thoughts on “You are now able to create Channels at Twingly.com

  1. niilo alhovaara July 1, 2010 / 13:39

    Okay, off we go creating new channels but some filtering would be really handy, too! Coming up later?!

  2. Björn Sennbrink July 1, 2010 / 13:48

    How about changing the first few words in “Since you are a registered as a beta user..” with the blog content being targeted at anyone who come to this blog, that may not be a “registered beta user”? =)

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