Twitter LISTS: Good Idea… And Deserves The Title BETA


Twitterwrong_thumb Twitter LISTS: Good Idea… And Deserves The Title BETAWho knows where Twitter is going; I don’t, but it has lacked organization for a while now. No filtering, not easy block people, not easy to report abusers and now they’ve released a ‘LIST’.

Twitter Lists, it’s a good idea, but so far bad execution. I follow a bunch of people [a bunch for me] and there’s no way to weed the ‘important’ to the ‘not so important’.

Thinking about it a little bit more…


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Twitter has functions functions that I just can’t stand; things like hovering to see the button options, those should just be standard and visible, and the add-on they have now with LISTS; it just drives me crazy.

Twittertools_thumb Twitter LISTS: Good Idea… And Deserves The Title BETAThey have management tools in other areas of the website, but it just seems clunky to put these options in another section.

They need to think about working on their GUI interface to be able to manage users right there, stuff that’s there now and in front of you. It needs to be easier to manage- I’m not looking forward to clicking all over the place to manage these ‘LISTS’.

This is a good example [nothing against FREENOLOGY]:

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I can’t do anything with this… Where’s the option to stop following, block, report abuse or add to a list; it’s not here and this doesn’t help anyone.

The only thing I can do here is REPLY or FAVORITE it… argh.

I’m glad to see Twitter doing something with their site, but they need to be trying to round those edges… and thus- it’s a BETA [meaning a work in progress].

Thanks for reading!

Thanks,
LHenryJr.
www.lehsys.com


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