Either like the @[suggestion] feature, or a new feature that utilizes entered text or frequently used hashtags, the user will see recommended hashtags to add to post to help us maximize our use of the feature.269 votes
On certain mobile apps, there’s an auto-complete feature for hashtags. We’re exploring way to also include this for the web app.
Twitter now supports the search operator "near:", followed by the name of a place, e.g. near:"Brisbane, Australia". There are other sites now offering this functionality under a "local search" banner (see monitter) and that's a super useful targeting tool for small business.
Please add support for this operator and allow geo search.
Currently, you can do geocode specific searches. For example: “geocode:49.2846165,-123.0954835,25km”
We do not yet offer functionality for the “near:” operator. However, this is on our road map.
It would also be nice to be able to edit them in case there's a conflict and to be able to switch them off (this should apply to every enhancement). At the least give me post, schedule, choose network and navigate the current column. Mousing just isn't an efficient mechanism when you mostly type or read.83 votes
Since this feature request was created, we’ve added some keyboard shortcuts, such as “Shift + Enter” to send.
We continue to consider more ways to enhance HootSuite with keyboard shortcuts.
Hi can I suggest that the name of the app used in Tweeting be removed from the Tweet details? Only the time and the date will be left! It;ll help make Twitter more comfortable place to post with! It's so discriminating seeing that my friend uses "Twitter for iPhone" to Tweet me while I'm using "Mobile Web" to reply to him/her. I'm doing this suggestion to make HootSuite not just comfortable with my part but also to make it more consistent to use compare to other apps!
Thanks! I hope you'll put a consideration on my idea!
Francis Park2 votes
This only shows in Twitter clients at this time, Twitter natively has removed it. In a future API change, this will also be removed from Twitter apps. We’ll update this thread when this change occurs. Thanks for your feedback!
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You should remove the TimeZone selector, or make it easier to use (at least guess my time zone based on where I'm coming from). I don't even seem my time zone in the list (UTC-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)!1 vote
Hi there! We’re currently working on streamlining our timezone selector…we know it’s a little crazy! Were you able to select the best timezone for you?
Sarah @HootSuite_Help – http://hootsuite.com/help
We’re currently looking at ways to improve the bulk scheduler for other languages. Thanks for your feedback!
It would be cool to integrate a video upload feature to share videos...22 votes
We hope to add video uploads in the future.
Most web sites which auto-detect the device/browser in use allow the user to choose to use the full web site or a mobile/limited site. HootSuite does not offer such an option for Android Honeycomb/tablet (Xoom) users, and forces them to download and use the sub-par HootSuite Android app. The same restriction is not made on an iPad / iOS, where Safari can be used for the HS Dashboard.18 votes
Support for Android tablets is on our road map.
Recently you implemented a 'feature' that causes the screen to be refreshed when you post a tweet. When working backwards over past tweets or updates it is annoying to have the display refresh, and cause you to loose your place, just because you've posted an update.. Refresh is configurable and one option is 'manual only'. Where this is true, why can this not also be true (or remain true - as it used to be this way) when posting updates?3 votes
Thanks for the feedback! We’ve added it to our dev queue to get this resolved in the near future, and I’ll update this topic when we’ve done so.
Now I have to manually delete 240 scheduled tweets. :/ Thanks god I was just trying the 7-days.3 votes
This has been escalated to our development team, and we will be looking at ways to improve character support in the future.
Thank you for your feedback!
I tried to understand your tutorial but I'm deaf and couldn't. Please caption it. Try SpeechText Access, a Disability-Owned Business Enterprise.1 vote
My apologies for the frustration. We are working towards closed captioning on all tutorials, starting with the HootSuite University series.
We can use mixi on the Web version but can't use it by smartphone app now. Please can this be implemented.12 votes
This is on our upcoming road map.
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