Posted: January 24th, 2012 | Author: admin | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: New Twitter, twitter | No Comments »
So Twitter has redesigned it’s interface, with a new look that seems to be clean and very user friendly. Content is now displayed in small white boxes and a sleek new toolbar with Home, @Connect and #Discover. It is also nice to see Twitter making @mentions quicker and easier to see and finally noticing the importance and popularity of trending; there is just one problem – we still haven’t got it!
The redesign has been released now for over a month, yet many Twitter users are still waiting in frustration. If you create a new Twitter account you view the new interface automatically, whereas us loyal ‘tweeters’ have to wait patiently. Twiffic Twitter!
Posted: August 11th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: beeliked, new feature, pics, pictures, twitpic, twitter, whaddamedia, yfrog | No Comments »
It’s been a while in the making but Twitter is now rolling out its own photo sharing service.
Twitter introduces its own photo sharing service
This could spell the beginning of the end for services like Twitpic and Yfrog, unless of course they introduce additional features. Twitter will now allow users to upload photos along with their 140-character long messages. The service can be accessed by clicking on the camera icon which appears when users click on the ‘What’s Happening’ box.
The service, which was initially unveiled in June, is powered by Photobucket, which will be responsible for hosting the images. Users can upload images as big as 3MB in size. Twitter has also noted that addional photo features like Galleries will be available soon. You will be able to continue using third-party upload services like Twitpic and yFrog, and those images will also show up in the upcoming galleries feature. Protected accounts will not display images uploaded through the Twitter photo service to the public. If you’d like instructions on how the new system works, you can visit Twitter’s help topic on the subject.
Our own service, BeeLiked.com currently allows images to be uploaded to Twitpic, but as soon as Twitter lets us, we’ll be looking to add this new functionality.
Let us know what you think. Maybe even tweet us a pic!
We tweeted this pic via Twitter's new photo sharing service
Posted: January 6th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: capture, connect, facebook, open id, twitter | No Comments »
So would you prefer Twitter or Facebook to login…
Well why not both? It would seem that to give the 2 options for sign in and register we can extend our reach and at the same time capture the ability to publish onto 2 networks, Twitter updates (Tweets) and Facebook (news feeds). This is now going to be our preferred choice while allowing email registration.
This will greatly reduce spam by having real facebook and twitter accounts as the standard login. For the alternative email registration we will implement a capture. The capture will be based on our own custom random questions such as “What is 7 x 1 + 2″. Hoping to avoid the many capture issues we have seen develop with other sites such as StumbleUpon.
Sign in and registration will go into development over the next month which will help nut out some of the issues we have been trying to overcome with so many profiles and passwords to remember.
Posted: December 10th, 2009 | Author: admin | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: API, facebook, facebook connect, Linked In, openId, sign in, twitter | No Comments »
Its an ongoing battle to see who will win the war of single sign on across the web. Despite the early start of OpenId and the hype surrounding it there has been a formidable contender on the sidelines. Yes with Facebook’s launch of FB Connect there has been a flurry of new integrations. Its enormous penetration and ease of use makes it the obveous choice for aspiring web applications and start-ups alike.
Its for this reason Whaddado will be implementing Facebook connect as its primary registration and sign in app. In addition we will allow Twitter sign in due to the fact we are linking all accounts with Twitter its a simple second choice. Linked In connection may follow shortly after that.
Posted: November 30th, 2009 | Author: admin | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: #idea, API, php, SMS, twitter, whaddado | No Comments »
This week Whaddado has integrated a new SMS gateway to allow two way messaging. This will be the backbone to the much awaited SMS idea pool. Its key functionality will allow uses to SMS there #whaddado #idea to Whaddado to be saved in their inbox. Never forget an idea again. Know more, Do more… Whaddado.
Posted: November 20th, 2009 | Author: admin | Filed under: BETA | Tags: events, Soho, twitter, whaddado #whaddado | No Comments »
Whaddado is now tracking the #whaddado hash tag on twitter. This means for the moment you can tweet your events nights out simply by tweeting the #whaddado tag before your details.
So excited going to #whaddado Soho House, London, tonight. Should be there by 7.
#whaddado [venue], [city], [details]