When you want to monitor what’s going on in the world of Twitter, always using Twitter’s own website can get a bit boring. While there are plenty of other tweet aggregation tools available, most turn out to be no more then straight-forward lists of incoming messages. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to keep track of Twitter in a more visually stimulating way?
TweetBeam does exactly this, by using a beautiful visualization of all tweets around any subject of your choice. You can look for any combination of topics, hash tags and profiles. Give it a try below!
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As you can see, you can set up any show you like, relax and watch the tweets roll in. TweetBeam automatically loads all new messages, so the show runs in real time. All you have to do is select which tweets you want your show to display. You have a lot of different options for this selection.
The easiest search you can do is simply entering a hash tag (e.g. #YourEvent), profile (e.g. @YourCompany) or topic (e.g. social media). The latter will display all tweets containing the word anywhere in the text.
For more specific searches, it’s good to know that you can use all advanced Twitter search operators in TweetBeam. For example, you can display all tweets containing either #Obama or #Bush by searching for ‘#Obama OR #Bush’.
Another cool feature is the option to create a personalized show of your Twitter. This will automatically display all tweets sent by anyone you follow on Twitter. You can view this show by logging in using your Twitter account. Logging in actually gives you some other options as well. For example, you can set up shows with extra filters to prevent certain words or users from being displayed. In any case: just set up your show, kick back and watch the tweets roll in!