WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PostPost, the personal social search tool for Twitter, today launches its new Timeline Topline feature, the first-ever digest that surfaces personally relevant topics, photos, videos and links from your Twitter timeline so that you don’t miss it. Unlike Twitter’s “Trending Topics,” PostPost’s Timeline Topline delivers personally relevant content from your timeline and the people to whom you are most connected.
The Timeline Topline results are derived using PostPost’s proprietary algorithm that’s specifically designed to deliver content from the 150 people you follow who are most likely to be relevant to you.
“Most social media interfaces overemphasize the ‘now’,” said Brad Noble, founder and product designer of PostPost. “As a result, a ton of great content gets forced below the fold and disappears forever. At PostPost, we focus on making that lost content findable. Now, with the Timeline Topline, we’re finding a lot of that valuable stuff so you don’t have to search for it.”
In the upper portion of the Timeline Topline, you’ll find the Topics area, which features keywords and hashtags derived from your timeline that link to PostPost search results. Right next to each of those links are the authors of those hits that link to search results, so you can easily jump right to filtered results from a particular username.
The Timeline Topline also includes photos, videos and links surfaced for you from the people to whom you’re most connected. All of these are richly previewed and include links for more photos, videos and links from the people who shared them.
PostPost is a faceted search engine, enabling users to search for specific topics and links, photos and videos, and then refine their results by friend. Users can also find Tweets by the content of the pages they link to then preview that web content right in the body of the results.
Established in 2010, PostPost is the social search tool that lets you search and discover content from the people who you are most connected with on Twitter. PostPost strips out the noise by delivering real-time and historical Twitter search results only from the people you follow. For more information, visit http://www.postpost.com, or follow @postposting on Twitter.