This is the continuation to my post, 10 Features I want to see in TweetDeck that I wrote for Twitip.com (please visit Twitip for Features 1-10). I’m offering this continuation here because a friend of mind constantly complains about the length of my posts and I thought that offering all 19 would be too long. So here are 11-19. Enjoy, and let me know what you think in the comments.
11. IM Integration
Problem: I can’t IM from Twitter.
Solution: Add IM functionality.
12. List (History) of Links Clicked
Problem: I often look for tweets with links that I’ve previously clicked, but can’t find them.
Solution: Provide a column showing all of the tweets containing links that I’ve clicked. Also need to see who tweeted them and when, and provide a Retweet button so I can forward them.
13. List of Lists
Problem: I don’t like the way lists are handled in TweetDeck.
Solution: Offer a column providing a list of all my lists and the lists I am on.
14. Show Followed/Unfollowed Dates
Problem: I often don’t know when someone started following me, when I started following them, or if and when they may have stopped following me.
Solution: I would like to see all of this info.
15. Favorite Tweeter’s Column
Problem: There are some people whom I really enjoy or simply need to follow closely, but I don’t want to add yet another Search Column.
Solution: Provide a column of my favorite tweeters (I know this could be a list, but as mentioned, I don’t like the way lists are implemented. Also, the list I want to see will show the tweeters themselves, not their tweets (unless I expand them).
16. Missing Tweets
Problem: TweetDeck misses massive numbers of tweets. Although this is sometimes a Twitter problem, I’m not convinced this is entirely their fault.
Solution: Fix how TweetDeck pulls tweets from Twitter or add a “more” button when there are gaps in the timeline so I can back-fill them.
17. Better iPhone Integration
Problem: I live on my iPhone and while I love that desktop TweetDeck syncs with iPhone TweetDeck, the iPhone version is not only incredibly sluggish, but it misses even more tweets than the desktop version.
Solution: Fix the bugs in the iPhone version and how it pulls tweets from Twitter.
18. Show Tweets Replied to in a Column
Problem: I often like to look at tweets that I’ve replied to, but it’s inefficient to have to search through all my tweets to find them.
Solution: Provide a column that compiles only the tweets I’ve replied to.
19. Analytics, Analytics, Analytics
Problem: Just knowing that someone clicked on a link is not good enough. I want to see every bit of data that can possibly be extracted from Twitter regarding the tweets I’m sending and receiving.
Solution: I’m not going to list all the types of data that I would like to see (no blog is big enough), but a comprehensive suite, like what PeopleBrowsr offers is critical.
Tighter Integration with Facebook
Problem: Let’s face it, Facebook is an important platform and while TweetDeck added Facebook features last year, it’s not doing much to help me manage my Facebook account or Fan pages.
Solution: TweetDeck was built with Twitter in mind, but it now absolutely MUST offer tighter integration with Facebook. I need to manage not only my account, including having columns for my various lists, but I need to be able to manage several different Fan pages including having access to page analytics.
So, what features do you want to see in TweetDeck. Let me know in the comments (and don’t forget to read about Features 1-10 in 10 Features I want to see in TweetDeck on Twitip.com.