Sprint 7 of Cuesense added a lot of goodness, but we wanted to highlight a few features You can now sign in and sign up using your Facebook credentials We added a sign-in panel to the home page for faster entry into the service We also added an update notification feature to our browser add-in. [...]
In three words: Tag Your Cues. Oh, and don’t forget to assign your cues to realms and publish them. If you haven’t given your friends permissions to your cues, they won’t be able to see them.
Friends’ Cues You can now research your Friends’ cues (including cues from subscriptions) by tag and realm on the Cues>Friends’ Cues page. Feed Public Profile Every public cue source in CueSense has now a dedicated profile page that lists its cues, clicks, tags and subscribers. When you create a subscription to a cue source, you [...]
One of the things we like to do here at CueSense is spotting emerging trends. Tags and tag frequencies are a promising area, and we are happy to share a few interesting things we learned recently. A tag’s frequency is the number of cues tagged with it. For example, if you added three bookmarks and [...]
We did quite a bit of work over the past several weeks and while the majority of features are yet to be released in following sprints here are the ones that are ready for your enjoyment. Trends on the News page Our main goal is reducing the noise in your newsfeed and “mining” it for [...]
We released Sprint 4 of CueSense private beta today. Filtering cues by account Select your cue account in the accounts dropdown list to limit the display of cue to just that account. Better matching of cues Commonly used tags are now excluded from matching. You will see less CueSense popups and less cues in the [...]
We released Sprint 3 today. Sprints are versions of our service and we aim to update the site every two weeks or so. Here are some of the features included in this version. Cue Avatars. The CueSense popup now shows your friends’ avatars when displaying cues. Anonymous sharing of clicks. You have an option now [...]
We just introduced CueSense to the central & eastern european audience at the blogcamp in Kyiv. Big cudos to organizers for producing this event – they must have had around 1000 attendees at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy University.
The CueSense Private Beta site is live! This launch represents a significant milestone for us, and we fully intend to celebrate it appropriately. We will be updating the site frequently, listening to your feedback and periodically extending the number of beta accounts available. Our goals for the rest of the year are simple. Learn from [...]