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A few tips for setting up complex searches

Most of the queries (or searches) you will be using in alerts or widgets will contain multiple words and search operators. Here is a list of definitions and rules that Cuesense supports. A query contains several terms and phrases, combined via search operators. Term A single word, e.g. Madrid Phrase Multiple words that have to [...]

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How to: start conversations

So you just saw a movie and have something to say about it. Or you had an idea about a Kindle feature and need to share it with the world. What if someone you know (or, even better, you don’t know) had the same idea? If you follow a lot of tweeps or blogs, it’s [...]

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How to: subscribe to Twitter and blog feeds

How to: subscribe to Twitter and blog feeds

Cuesense gets more interesting when you add your Twitter following and favorite blogs to your subscriptions. You can tell Cuesense which services you are already using on the Account>My Services page and we will import your favorite feeds and start crunching them for gold nuggets of knowledge. You can also add individual feeds on the [...]

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How to help people find you?

You just joined a talk-of-the-town web service and invited a few of your friends to join it too. Some of them responded and invited their friends in turn. Soon you are dodging email invitations left and right. Your friendly neighborhood web service just does not realize that sending out mass invitations to friends is passé. [...]

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How to: make my cues easier to discover

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.

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