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From Anne Kathrine Petter√łe <>
Subject Re: Favourites in timeline
Date Wed, 08 Jul 2009 08:28:06 GMT
Maybe we could mix the resent feature you suggest with this?:
("what if favourties was a separate stream,  just like replies and DMs. This
stream would contain the favourites (or RTs if you'd like) of the people you
My idea behind automating RTs and making favourites easier accessible is to
clean up the timeline. I don't know what your twitter timelines looks like
these days, but sometimes I am drowning in RTs.


2009/7/8 Vassil Dichev <>

>  > I have just created a Jira task for making favourite messages show up
> in the
> > timeline.
> >
> >
> > Not urgent or major, just nice to have feature down the line.
> It's my next item on the todo list and I'm already thinking about how to do
> it.
> Note that I we will call it "resent" instead of "favorites". It's
> probably better for this feature to be associated with the widely used
> retweets, rather than the obscure favorites.
> Technically, we already have a "resend" action when a message matches
> some filter. I've wondered why a user can't resend a message
> explicitly without having an action rule.
> Here visual feedback is important- when a resent message arrives in
> your timeline, it's a good idea for the user to know how it got there
> (it was resent) and who resent it.
> I think this serves the intended purpose and is more useful than
> Twitter's "favorites". "Favorites" are only for yourself (at least
> it's not easy for someone to get at all his friends' favorites), while
> "resent" are shared for everyone else to see.
> Vassil

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