Add Private Notes to Tweets and Group Emails

February 3, 2010 at 4:22 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
Bccthis is an innovative technology that provides new levels of communication for email, micro-blogging and social networking services.

We like the idea of having an easy way to annotate or create separate conversations around a public system. While using Bccthis on your corporate e-mail account might not be the best idea, we can see it being useful for creating separate discussions without clogging up a larger feed.

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Add Private Notes to Tweets and Group Emails With Bccthis

Bccthis is a tool that embraces the fact that private conversations often form around public streams. They’ve created an Outlook plugin, a Twitter (Twitter) web-app, and soon, a BlackBerry application, to streamline these types of conversations.

The Outlook plugin adds in a separate body and recipient field to a message. The Twitter app — via a bookmarklet — lets you bcc people on a tweet in the form of direct messages. You can see the Twitter features in action in this video:

Once you’ve started a Bccthis conversation, you can view it in its entirety online and you can also invite others into the discussion.

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