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# 116377 27-Apr-2013 11:46
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I just figured out how to create a desktop widget that brings up "relevant" grabaseat flights. If enough peoiple are intrested i will bother to document how i did it

or If you are clever
Create adv search I used  "wellington to wanganui" OR "auckland to wanganui" 

embed then create widget desktop



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  # 806321 27-Apr-2013 12:34
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oh sorry that was why i put it in off topic as the twitter adv search creates code that can then be put in any platform 

But I guess this is specific to windows or thats what i use




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  # 806325 27-Apr-2013 12:40
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Actually I have just relised that th easier thing to do is to add a coloum in tweetdeck with a serach ie  "wellington to wanganui" OR "auckland to wanganui" and it will show tweets




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  # 806339 27-Apr-2013 13:17
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Or just use their apps with push notifications.

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  # 806821 28-Apr-2013 18:42
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freitasm: You know Tweetdeck is going offline (apps and desktop version) end of this month, right?


Well arn't you the fountain of good news I was even using the earleir version of tweetdeck that had all the features still. They will still work independently wont they? just wont update




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  # 806857 28-Apr-2013 19:45
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freitasm: You know Tweetdeck is going offline (apps and desktop version) end of this month, right?


i was told that the 'blue' apps were staying, but the old versions (like the air based yellow tweetdeck) were going.




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  # 806882 28-Apr-2013 20:52
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gnfb1234:
freitasm: You know Tweetdeck is going offline (apps and desktop version) end of this month, right?


Well arn't you the fountain of good news I was even using the earleir version of tweetdeck that had all the features still. They will still work independently wont they? just wont update


An update on Tweetdeck

"Additionally, TweetDeck AIR, TweetDeck for Android and TweetDeck for iPhone rely on v1.0 of Twitter’s API, which we are retiring starting this month. Leading up to that retirement, Twitter’s platform team will be performing occasional tests that will affect applications that rely on API v1.0. Over the next two months users of TweetDeck AIR, TweetDeck for Android and TweetDeck for iPhone may experience some outages with those apps before they are removed from their respective app stores in early May."

If you are using the old versions, with API v1.0 then they will stop working.









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  # 806895 28-Apr-2013 21:08
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But I like Tweetdeck ok so lets be a bit more useful What are the alternatives? Free versions Only.

Needs to be able to manage upto 10 twitter accounts and schedule future tweets! 




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  # 806902 28-Apr-2013 21:20
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First cab of the rank!

Program called Janetter IOS,Android,Win/Mac

Janetter
Installing it as we speak let you know first issue is it doesn't do facebook accounts





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  # 806965 28-Apr-2013 22:43
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you can use the web or chrome app versions of tweetdeck instead. they are staying.

Web app: https://web.tweetdeck.com/
Chrome app: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/empty-title/hbdpomandigafcibbmofojjchbcdagbl?hl=en






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  # 807263 29-Apr-2013 12:34
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gnfb1234: First cab of the rank!

Program called Janetter IOS,Android,Win/Mac

Janetter
Installing it as we speak let you know first issue is it doesn't do facebook accounts


Janetter wasnt tweetdeck!
good news about chrome




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