TweetDeck is indispensable for tracking the real-time conversations about any given topic on Twitter. Last week Twitter made TweetDeck available on the web for the first time. Built with HTML5, the web version of TweetDeck syncs your accounts, columns, layout and settings whenever and wherever you sign in. And, TweetDeck now reflects the overall design of Twitter with Profile and Tweet box pop-ups.
Whether you are listening to conversations about a topic that impacts your business, or a journalist covering breaking news, TweetDeck on the web gives you an even simpler way to filter content. You can easily set up columns that track search results, trending topics, specific users, your own @mentions, favorites and more. You can also now open Tweets directly within a column to view media, conversations, favorites or retweets.
What are your thoughts? Will you use the new web based version of TweetDeck?