Communication between two people or between multiple people is the foundation of social and business transactions. But somewhere along the way, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms changed the dynamic by turning on the fire hose of random and disconnected messaging.
I don’t know about you, but I just can’t keep track of the constant flow of messages. It’s too difficult to cut through the “noise” to find the messages you most want to read. If you’re not checking your social media networks multiple times a day, the task is unmanageable.
Socialsiftr is here to put you back in control. When you check your mailbox, do you open all of your letters and read them as they fall from the stack? No. You sift through your mail, check the sender, and open the one you’re most interested in first.
When you open your e-mail, do you just starting reading from the top? No, you scan through the “from” field and “subject” field and select the messages in order of relevance to you at that moment.
Socialsiftr gives you the power to organize your social media feeds by focusing on the sender – friends on Facebook and people you’re following on Twitter (with more social networks to come). You’ll see a list of friends that have posted messages and can sort them by name, when messages were posted, number of messages posted or by designated “favorites.”
If social media is intended to simplify communication with those you care about when you have time to check, SocialSiftr will become a valuable tool for you.
The service is very intuitive, but if you need help, select “How to Use” and we’ll walk you through the process.
If you have any questions or suggestions on making the service even more useful to you, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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