Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Focus on quite twitter users using

Twitter always shows you tweets of the people you follow. There are so many people on twitter tweet a lot. And their tweets are useless. Some twitter users just tweet sometimes but important things. Because of noisy twitter users we can't find the important tweets in the traffic.

To get rid of this problem I am suggesting you a new application has just opened in beta and is incredibly easy to use and completely changes the Twitter experience. works as a web-based Twitter client and you can choose whether to filter the tweets by simply switching on or off. It is a web-based Twitter reader that displays the updates of the people you follow in relation to the frequency of their tweets. It aims to amplify the people that don’t usually get heard, and scale back those with frequent updates.
In beginning
To get started, all you have to do is click to “flick the switch.” You’ll then notice that there tweets of all different sizes in your timeline.
The larger sized tweets are from those users who usually get drowned out by overly chatty users. Likewise, the tweets of those users who post quite often are much smaller – some even illegible.
Also, when you scroll your mouse over the avatar picture of any user in your timeline, you’ll see their Shuush volume level. You can also see your own level at the top right of the page.
Volume level

An “11″ is the highest level you can have and it means that you’re a pretty chatty Twitter user. The closer you are to this number, the smaller your tweets will be in the timeline. A “1″ is the lowest and means that you barely tweet at all. The closer you are to this number, the larger your tweets will be in the timeline.
The volume level is calculated based on how many tweets per day a user has averaged since joining Twitter. Seeing that levels 10 and 11 are pretty much unreadable, you definitely want to strive for a level of 1-9.

Well I know we can't do so much with this application. It’s just a reader, you can’t interact with replies, DMs, or retweets. But at least you can interact with the tweets of the people who are under shadowed.So try



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