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November 16, 2008

Latest Tweetlater tweak helps you put real meaning into “Customer Care”.

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A new feature at TweetLater.com alerts you about new replies to your posts.

We sometimes get so busy and don’t get around to checking for Twitter @replies that were sent to us in Twitter.

Paying attention to replies goes a long way to building relationships.

I kinda go, “Oops,” when I do log in to my account and see there were several @replies that I really wanted to know about.

With TweetLater’s Twitter new account automation, you can ask the system to periodically email you a digest with the new @replies that you’ve received.

Now with the new digest email, you can quickly scan through the @replies to check if there are any that need immediate action.

To activate this feature on your account:

1) Log in to TweetLater;
2) Click the Automation button for your Twitter account;
3) Scroll down to where you see the new “Optional @Replies Digest Email” box;
4. Make your selections there and click the Save button. Within the next 10 minutes TweetLater will send you the first digest email.

This first one may be a bit on the long side, depending on how many @replies are found.

Thereafter the system will send you emails with new @replies at the frequency you requested, but only if there were any new @replies on your Twitter account.

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