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Check Your Pulse with Twellow

New Feature To Keep You Up to Date

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Our own Twellow service, which serves as something of a yellow pages directory for Twitter, has added a new feature called "Twellow Pulse." It is designed to give you an idea of the status, or "pulse", of what’s going on at any given time within each its categories. Twellow Pulse does the following:

- Automatically adds the Twellow categories you belong to

– Allows you to add or remove categories from your Pulse subscriptions

– Allows you to see what people are saying within those categories

– Provides a central location to track people and opinions that matter to you

Matthew Daines, the lead developer of Twellow describes the feature:

What exactly is Twellow Pulse? It’s a simple subscription page on Twellow where users can select up to twenty categories from Twellow and track what people are saying about each, all in one place. By allowing users to place all of their favorites on one page we’ve greatly simplified the ability for our patrons to follow conversations that matter right now, right here on Twellow. No more jumping between multiple pages or opening multiple tabs in your browser to have all the chatter that interests you accessible. Simply login to your Twellow account, go to the Twellow Pulse page, and start adding topics that you want to follow.

Pulse Sample

We’ve tweaked the initial setup of Twellow Pulse so any categories you currently belong to will be automatically added to your Pulse page on your first visit. You can easily modify your Pulse by adding or removing categories via the simple tools on the page. If you don’t initially belong to any categories on Twellow then just go ahead and add the ones you want.

You can track categories that you don’t belong to separately from the ones you do belong to using Twellow Pulse. You can also get any "pulse" through your feed reader. 

Currently 594,093 people are using Twellow, and that number is growing as the service catches on. To learn more about Twellow, read our coverage on it. Site Creations also has a good interview with Matthew.

Check Your Pulse with Twellow
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