Saving time and seeing what YOU want to see
Posted on March 21, 2012 by @mqtodd
Recently I have heard a lot about the relevance graph and how it can help us find what we want to be seeing.
Are you using any tools for this? So far I have found Klout and Scoopit which gives me content that has been popular in my chosen topics.
I am also looking closely at Bottlenose.
Bottlenose fights social media overload and streamlines you experience with flexible, granular feed customization options.There are a myriad of options which are explained in the videos below.
You can follow selections of a person`s news while skipping their yoga or music posts. It’s also easy to sort by author influence, trending in your network, your interests (it learns these based on your activity) and pretty much any other criteria. You can set up as many feeds as you want.and Facebook feeds, getting someone’s sports
Any of these feeds can be viewed as a visual node map for quick browsing and have automatic actions such as “reply” or “send alert” attached to it. For instance, you could set up a rule that “for messages by people I have mentioned more than five times, show a desktop notification.”
Through what it “assistants,” you can add streams such as “suggested reposts” or “by influencers” or one of your own.
Here is more…
Hope you will leave some feedback below.
I will add more after we have Nova on #toolschat this week.