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Fast and Easy: Create New Dashboards with the Netvibes Wizard


The Netvibes UI just got a little facelift: We’ve added a new dashboard wizard that makes it easier and faster than ever to create new dashboards from scratch.

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Simply head to http://www.netvibes.com to access your existing dashboard. In the upper right corner, click “Dashboards,” then click “New.”

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Happy 9th Birthday, Netvibes!


This week, Netvibes is turning 9.

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Import Twitter Analytics into Your Netvibes Dashboard


Twitter just launched its new Twitter Analytics service that allows users to track a variety of metrics, including how many people see your tweets.

We have exciting news for Netvibes Premium users: you can easily import your Twitter Analytics data directly into your dashboard using MisoData, just as you would with any external dataset. MisoData enables you to drag-and-compare anything on your dashboard, so you can deeply analyze all your Twitter metrics. Create custom graphs, compare Twitter data to your sales numbers, or compare your Twitter presence with Facebook. With MisoData, the power of the data is in your hands.

Here’s how to import Twitter Analytics into your dashboard:
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Sign in to Netvibes using Twitter or Google+


Pull up your dashboards faster than ever with new sign-in options for Netvibes. You can now log into Netvibes using your Twitter or Google+ credentials.

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Simply head to http://www.netvibes.com/signin or launch the Netvibes app on your iDevice and you can access your Netvibes account using any method you choose:

  • Netvibes email and password
  • Facebook log-in
  • Twitter log-in (new!)
  • Google+ log-in (new!)

Is there another sign-in option you would like us to add? Tell us in the comments below.

Meet AutoSave: Keep the Content in your Dashboard for Longer


Today we launched a new feature called AutoSave, which allows Netvibes Premium users to keep all the content in their dashboards for future analysis.

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