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Twitter Lists: Analyze your Twitter content by drilling down into specific audiences

Tweet We’re continually updating Netvibes to provide you with the ultimate dashboards for tracking everything you care about online. Today we have a new feature to announce: support for Twitter lists. “Lists” are a feature on Twitter that allow you to curate lists of particular users. For example, you might create a list of “Coworkers,” […]

TeamWatch: Create reading lists or instantly share articles to keep everyone informed

Tweet Today we announced a new feature for Netvibes Premium dashboards: TeamWatch. With TeamWatch, you can easily share articles, reading lists and analytical insights with anyone, directly from your Internet browser. You may already be using your Netvibes dashboard to read and share interesting content. With all Netvibes dashboards, it’s easy to share articles through […]

Dashboard of Things: The Third Evolution of Netvibes Dashboard Intelligence

Tweet Today marks a major milestone in the evolution of Netvibes — the Dashboard of Things. Before we dive into the news, let’s take a look back at the evolution of Netvibes over the years. Netvibes Part 1 – Monitor your Internet (Listen) When Netvibes began in 2005, we embarked on a vision of “Dashboard […]

AutoSave Is Now Live: Store Unlimited Data in Your Premium for Team Dashboards

Tweet AutoSave, the unique new feature available only from Netvibes, is generally available today. This means all Netvibes Premium for Team dashboards now automatically store ALL articles, regardless of the quantity, for any length of time you choose. Even if you’re pulling in thousands of tweets per day, Netvibes stores all the data for you, […]

Import Twitter Analytics into Your Netvibes Dashboard

Tweet 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. […]