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In-App Insights: Discover new insights into your feeds

Want to know how “talkative” your favorite news source is, or how many articles from that feed are stored on your dashboard? Find out all this and more with In-App Insights, now available on your Netvibes dashboard. To find In-App Insights, simply click on the upper-right menu button for any source or feed on your […]

3 Analyzing Tools for your Netvibes Dashboard

After having covered those last weeks 3 Monitoring Tools for your Netvibes Dashboard and 3 Listening Tools for your Netvibes Dashboard we are going to conclude those posts with some analyzing tools. Having said that, here are 3 free services which will allow you to turn your Netvibes into a powerful dashboard to gather some […]

3 Monitoring Tools for your Netvibes Dashboard

Lots of you are using Netvibes with the existing widgets you can find in the gallery but do you know you can also use some of our tools to integrate services which don’t have widgets yet? Here, I’m covering 3 free services which will allow you to turn your Netvibes into a powerful dashboard to […]

Towards the future of the real-time Web: Netvibes Instant Update architecture

Last week at the Techcrunch Real Time Stream CrunchUp we presented an promising new real-time feed architecture we’ve been working on. It’s fascinating how rapidly the world is embracing Twitter feeds and other real-time syndication technologies. However, traditional media content—in particular blog posts, news sites and RSS feeds—are lagging far behind. Literally.

New views for your feeds

Last december, we enhanced the feeds by adding new views that makes RSS stand for “Really Sexy Syndication”. Today, we are pushing the concept further by adding four more ways to display your feeds. For picture-oriented feeds: Classy Slideshows These news views are tailored for feeds that mainly contain pictures. Either on a white or […]

Create your own multifeed widget

Today I’d like to show you how you can create your own widget with a few feeds, without typing any code. In less than 5 minutes, you will get a widget like this one: var BW = new UWA.BlogWidget({moduleUrl:’’}); BW.setConfiguration({‘title’:’ Blog’, ‘height’:’339′}); The first thing you have to do, is go to and click […]

New icons and updated Magazine-like layouts

Yesterday, we have made a small update that some of you noticed. First, we have made the tab options more discoverable with an explicit “Edit” link. This change helps novice users know what they can do with their page. However, we know that most experienced users prefer to cram as much information as possible in […]