Find Time with Another Twitter Tool Tip!

more-twitter-toolsFinding time to make the most of Twitter could almost be a full-time job if you let it be.  The possibilities for connection there are limited only by time, energy, and competing priorities!

I have thoroughly enjoyed the discoveries and connections that I’ve made on Twitter in the brief time that I’ve explored it. That’s why I was pleased and excited to come upon TweetGrid.  So excited, in fact, that I decided to go ahead and share it with you today – rather than wait for a Cyber Monday!

TweetGrid was introduced to me yesterday by a friend and it offers a great deal of flexibility and functionality for Twitter users of all levels of experience!  Basically, TweetGrid is a dashboard that will allow you to search for up to 9 different topics and display the ever-changing results in real time. You can also search for hashtags, phrases, groups, people — and get all the results right on your monitor!  (If you’re like me and still trying to figure out the hashtags, this may be a help!)

You can Tweet directly from TweetGrid, and a very nice feature is the ability to send direct messages from the grid.  (You can not yet receive direct messages there but apparently that is being worked on.)

Interestingly, you don’t even need to have a Twitter account to use TweetGrid.

To save time, you can bookmark the TweetGrid you create for yourself so that your grid doesn’t need to be re-created each time you want to use it. Another nice feature of TweetGrid is that when you click on a link or user name, both will open in a new window. That way, your grid doesn’t disappear and you can return to it when you’re finished exploring!

The help and information offered on the site is also excellent and doesn’t assume a lot of computer knowledge.  Take a look at TweetGrid. It seems to be a wonderfully flexible tool to help you find the time to maximize your Twitter experience!  I’d love to hear what you think of it!

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Let’s explore time together …


  1. Hi Paula,

    Thanks for the tip on TweetGrid, I must check it out. It sounds like a fantastic tool to help me stay organized.

    Thanks as always for sharing your bevy of great resources!


  2. Thanks for stopping by, Wendy! TweetGrid is a tool that I continue to hear raves about … and I’d be very interested to hear your feedback when you try it. It puts a lot of streaming information at your fingertips!

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