Combine multiple streams into one column
It would be super helpful to be able to create a container stream (column) that could have other streams added to it.
In other words, I would like to be able to create a column two which I could assign arbitrary stream sources.
For example, I want Home for a Twitter account for a brand, News Stream for a Facebook Page for a brand and a Twitter search related to that brand all in one column.
The options for a stream column are currently, "Filter By" and "Delete Stream." What I would see is, "Add another stream..." that would allow me to include any other stream that I could otherwise include as its own column.
I really liked tweetdeck in the past because of its ability to combine facebook and twitter in one cohesive stream. I can't seem to find any option to do this on hootsuite.
With the news that Tweetdeck is going to be shut down, I'm looking for an alternative. What I was hoping to find in your app was a single timeline that includes both Facebook and Twitter (and any other stream I choose to add) that are integrated into a *single* stream, organized chronologically. Is there an option for this?
Why use a multiple account program if I can't honestly see all that information at once. Separate tabs means more clicking and less viewing. Color coding or some other indicator could help us discern where the data came from.
I'd like to be able to have a consolidated stream on the Android/Tablet/iPhone Applications. The screens are too small to flip back and forth. In fact, I'd prefer this on both the web app (as an option) as well as on mobile. I'm still using Tweetdeck because of that capability as I'm going through several streams at once...and will share across networks.
when posting new message it would be good to post to preselected groups of streams instead of each time selecting manualy the ones you want...the ALL button does not do the justice when you have over 100 streams for various projects etc..
I would like to have one feed from all networks where i can use filter for authors, topics, tags and so on to provide a feed to a certain content regardless of th network ist was published in...
I want to be able to monitor, in one stream, all the LinkedIn group posts or comments I've made and any responses to those
Such as Tweetdeck or FriendStream by HTC, it will be marvelous to have an option to merge our accunts flow in one column.
I'd love to be able to create a mentions column or a DM inbox that pulls information from multiple account. I tweet from two accounts regularly, and seeing it all in one place would make things super easy.
Create a column with merged Twitter, FB, LinkedIn... TimeLines.
Deleting duplicate messages (showing preferred network)
Google+ is emulating the facebook column layout - cos it works and is comfortable. (I find multiple streams aren't relaxing to look after a wwhile).
How about creating the option to make a 'superstream' that can combine multiple FB, TW & G+ circle feeds with simple check buttons to hide and reveal feeds?
Look at shared google calendars, its brilliant you can hide and reveal huge swodges of info with a simple click....
Its a genius idea - trust me!
Create columns where be able to blend services to see them in one single timeline
TweetDeck has brought combined columns to its ChromeDeck app - the ability to see your Twitter and Facebook streams in a single column; see all of your @replies and FB notifications in a single column, etc. This would be a tremendous asset to HootSuite as well, to maintain its competitive edge against TweetDeck.
Hootsuite is great for using multiple twitter accounts. It would be very powerful to have a column which shows ALL my mentions between ALL of my multiple twitter accounts - as it is now, i have to have a column for each account. Same goes for having a "master sent" column as well as a "master my tweets, retweeted" column
would love to be able to combine feeds. Say all mentions or all DM's from all accounts in one feed panel.
The ability to see all twitter lists in a single combined column.
a search tab where you can enter a keyword and it will pull all mentions from your various columns together for an overview... so if i have 3 facebook accounts and 2 twitter accounts in the system... and i go to the search tab and type "test" all mentions of "test" since the columns were set up would be returned.. you could reply from this view (the reply being sent from the correct account it is related to)
When using HootSuite for what it's best at (multiple accounts) it is a pain in the neck to have to have multiple columns to keep track of mentions for each account. I want them all in 1 column so I can have other columns on screen for other content.
simply have the ability to have a home feed column with more than one twitter account,...
We’re considering further ways to allows users to customize their streams.
Tony Rogers commented
+1 for this. It was the first thing I noticed when I moved from TweetDeck.
No nothing Andre - this has been available on the Tweetcaster Android / iPhone app for ages but have yet to find another mobile app or desktop app that allows you to merge multiple streams of twitter lists into 1 stream so they are in chronological order rather than having to look at each list individually
Andre Willey commented
This was discussed 18 months ago, has this been implemented yet? Particularly for the Android app version in my case - I want to be able to have a single widget view showing my main Twitter feed and my DMs in time/date order for example.
Alan Day commented
Tweetcaster app on Android and iphone allows you to view multiple lists combined into one stream - very useful when you have several large lists which when combined goes over the 500 maximum limit - would be great for one of the desktop apps to feature this or indeed merge different social networks into one ffed ie facebook/twitter/google+/linkedin
Levi Wallach commented
Now that there's an Android Widget this is particularly relevant for me. When going into the app, it's not a huge issue - you've already taken the time to go in and can easily slide between two streams. But with the widget, you either have to stick to one stream, fit two on the page by placing them one on top of the other thus making both very short and cramped, or pushing one to an entirely new screen. Having all of them show up in one area that you can just endlessly scroll would really be optimal here!
James Wilson commented
Would be nice to have columns that could contain more than one stream, and consolidate the lot.
I'm not sure, but I think what you want to do is already available. I just posted a YouTube video about how to add Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn Company page all into one tab, but I am a pro user. Check it out here http://youtu.be/N09UBRNKcRw
I'd love to use hootsuite, it has some additional tools that I like, but until I can have all of my social streams combined into one, I guess I stick with Yoono. =/
I would love to be able to have one stream that combines my facebook homepage with my twitter homepage etc. ...
please implement this!
Instead of seperate feeds for each network i would prefer one feed with selected content including my mail feeds (aka inbox). So i just have one content stream to check and filtering helps me to se only what i need to see. Maybe one can have two or more of these multi-Provider streams for business, private or special topic use. We are stuck to the networks but want to be content centric. So the natural consequence is to remove the network as the first stream-splitting attribute and put the streams together to one or more stream regardless from where the content comes. am i clear?
Mr Mark commented
Under review? the few great items you are missing, is costing you $$. Like tweetdeck and Seesmic, you are missing the boat by trying to be in head of the customer curve and thinking for us. Iignoring what the customers want.
Joining the chorus, if this was in the package, i would give you my credit card today
Tweetcaster on Android and iphone manages to combine streams easily enough...
David A. Desrosiers commented
A year later, and this still isn't implemented? Has this been thrown out the window as a feature request now?
I too would like to see a single-column view of all of my streams (ala Socialite), so I can see everything in one place, and respond to them in chronological context, not parallel context.
Let's get this added, it shouldn't be too difficult to merge the streams (look at how Outlook 2010/2011 handles it in the Calendar when you have multiple calendars, and you can merge or detach them side-by-side).
The streams view needs a massive improvement! The scrolling from left to right and back to see different streams is not a good way to do it. Check SproutSocial.com for a killer stream view. Lol, hope you make us happy rather sooner than later, Mr. Ambassador of Happiness. :)
I came over here b/c someone told me Hootsuite already offered this. I have 3 lists now for Mainers (home state) which would be awesome if I could combine them into one. This wouldn't be an issue if lists weren't limited to 500.
I used CoTweet before and liked the idea of Direct Messages and @mentions in one column (Inbox). Using a color to differentiate between both. Functions as a todo list for the team.
In CoTweet you can also see all replies from the account to a user below a tweet. This is convenient in a team setting.
You can archive tweets in CoTweet, meaning you can clear the inbox of DM's and replies/mentions. So not an archive of a keyword or something like that, an archive of the Inbox (DM's and replies/mentions) - including replies below a tweet.
To complete this, you can see former discussions with people (CoTweet Conversation, 30 days history for free). Twitter Search only goes back for about a week. A small notification that there is indeed a former discussion would be nice, CoTweet shows a counter below the tweet.
Please, please, pretty please. It's the only thing stopping me from paying you money!
This would make me use and buy Hootsuite. I want a social inbox not a social waterfall!
I'm a huge user of CoTweet but the company that now owns it isn't investing in it. I love the look of hootsuite's features but I have lots of social accounts for our sports clubs and sports events which would mean having pages of tabs and streams. I would much rather have this in one list like CoTweet does.
Fabrice Cathala commented
That would allow me to have in one screen a dashboard with all DMs and mentions from multiple accounts at one glance. Today I'm forced to toggle tabs - what I don't always do - to keep an eye on the activity of the multiple accounts I am managing... Not so good user experience! :(
Social scope does this and it's an amazing app. However it's only available for blackberry and is currently invite only. Their site does say that iPhone and android apps are coming soon. I just bought an iPhone, really hoping to find an app with a combined feed