Outlook for social media messaging inboxes

Fuser is something I took too immediately upon seeing it because it helps me with a new pain: keeping up with Twitter, Facebook, and other social media messaging systems. See, hundreds of people are trying to send me messages on those systems. But they don’t work in old-school email systems like Microsoft’s Outlook. That’s what Fuser is for, it gives you a common UI to handle all your social media inboxes. Here I get a 26-minute look at Fuser with a couple of executives from the company. I’ve been using it ever since and love it.

Comments

  1. I was disappointed to see not wordpress or other blog support, nor dose there seem to be a right once send to many kind of structure.

  2. I was disappointed to see not wordpress or other blog support, nor dose there seem to be a right once send to many kind of structure.

  3. It was great meeting you on Friday and I’m glad Fuser is turning into a useful tool for managing your communications. Stay tuned for more cool features!

    @John: Digsby does a great job with their desktop client, but there are a couple of key differences. Fuser is web based, and is focused on allowing full interaction with all supported communication types (email, social network messages, twitter). You can read, reply, delete, forward messages all from a single aggregated client.

    @Griffon: I’d love to hear more about what sort of WordPress or other blog support you’re thinking of. RSS feeds? What sort of write once, send to many structure are you imagining? Would this allow you to write a single blog post and have it published on multiple platforms? Are you maintaining multiple blogs that all have identical entries?

  4. It was great meeting you on Friday and I’m glad Fuser is turning into a useful tool for managing your communications. Stay tuned for more cool features!

    @John: Digsby does a great job with their desktop client, but there are a couple of key differences. Fuser is web based, and is focused on allowing full interaction with all supported communication types (email, social network messages, twitter). You can read, reply, delete, forward messages all from a single aggregated client.

    @Griffon: I’d love to hear more about what sort of WordPress or other blog support you’re thinking of. RSS feeds? What sort of write once, send to many structure are you imagining? Would this allow you to write a single blog post and have it published on multiple platforms? Are you maintaining multiple blogs that all have identical entries?

  5. Robert, it was great meeting you on Friday. I’m glad that Fuser is proving to be a useful tool for managing your communications. Stay tuned for more cool features!

    @John: Digsby does a great job with their desktop client, but there are a couple key differences. Fuser is web-based, and it enables users to read, reply, forward and delete messages from all of the supported services (email, social network messages, Twitter). Our goal is to build the one-stop communication client on the web. We’ve got more work to do, but we’re pleased on the accomplishments we’ve seen so far.

    @Griffon: What sort of support for WordPress and other blogs are you imagining? The ability to bring in RSS feeds? Something else? What sort of write once, publish many functionality would you like to see? Do you maintain multiple blogs with identical entries? Would love to hear more about what sort of tools you need.

  6. Robert, it was great meeting you on Friday. I’m glad that Fuser is proving to be a useful tool for managing your communications. Stay tuned for more cool features!

    @John: Digsby does a great job with their desktop client, but there are a couple key differences. Fuser is web-based, and it enables users to read, reply, forward and delete messages from all of the supported services (email, social network messages, Twitter). Our goal is to build the one-stop communication client on the web. We’ve got more work to do, but we’re pleased on the accomplishments we’ve seen so far.

    @Griffon: What sort of support for WordPress and other blogs are you imagining? The ability to bring in RSS feeds? Something else? What sort of write once, publish many functionality would you like to see? Do you maintain multiple blogs with identical entries? Would love to hear more about what sort of tools you need.

  7. Its about time a good platform helped us manage the madness of social media, I could easily get no work done in a day by simply responding to each tweet…

  8. Its about time a good platform helped us manage the madness of social media, I could easily get no work done in a day by simply responding to each tweet…