Earlier this month, I wrote an article titled, "TweetDeck Usefullness". I described several reasons to use TweetDeck over the official Facebook and Twitter app. However last week, I almost uninstalled it due to a shortcoming that I discovered.
That shortcoming is that there is no way to scroll to the top quickly without manually scrolling the screen by hand. If Iam to ignore the Twitter messages for a week, there would be so many tweets that it would take forever to scroll to the top. And I am really not following that many folks.
Sometime I just want to get away for a while and unwire myself for a few days. When I come back, I want to skip everything and read only the last few messages. TweetDeck doesn't let me do that.
Right now I am still using TweetDeck, but I am seriously thinking at looking for alternative apps the would work based on my schedule.
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