Every year, we like to share with you details about how LiveTweetApp performed during the past year. It allows all of us to have a look back at all our great accomplishments. Without further ado, here are they.
Trials, UX improvements, Moderation panel, Broadcast… lots of changes were made since last week update. Here is the full recap.
In order to offer a still better experience, we proceed today to the biggest update of LiveTweetApp since its release in 2013. After several intense months in development, we are proud to elevate LiveTweetApp as one of the most successful social wall.
We are eager to share with you all the new features.
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On December 6th, LiveTweetApp celebrated its 4th birthday. It’s been four years you trust us to increase social interactions during your events and conferences.
We take this opportunity to share our key figures and results with you, between January 1 and December 21, 2016.
It’s been 3 months since I posted my first tweet under the LiveTweetApp’s account. 3 months I spent tweeting, blogging, answering to our users’ emails and learning about what’s like to work in a young startup. My internship is nearly over so it’s time for me to make a little recap of everything I experienced here.
It’s been a year since our initial launch and you’ve sent us many suggestions and ideas to improve the app. Today we are glad to announce the brand new LiveTweetApp is ready.
A key focus for this release was to provide you with a better overall experience. Here are the updates:
We’ve had one very exciting year at LiveTweetApp. We’ve grown from point zero to helping about 3,868 events to improve their social communication. We’re very proud of those numbers and willing to share them with you, without any restraint, especially after our summary article about the pitfalls we had to overcome.
Here is an insight in all our numbers from February 2013 to February 2014:
On March 20 2013, we were glad to announce you the release of our Widget feature. As from today, we are forced to remove the widget from our display modes.