November 26, 2010

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Managing Social Updates in a Nutshell

We all know a presence on the social web is important, but how do you handle the seemingly endless stream of updates from your various profiles? That’s where a service like NutshellMail could come in very handy.

NutshellMail was first launched at the end of 2008, and has since gained a steady following along with plenty of rave reviews. It works by gathering updates from locations such as your Twitter feed, Facebook page, LinkedIn account, and non-primary email accounts, and presenting these as a newsletter to your primary inbox.

This might sound like a recipe for information overload, but you can customise these updates so they only cover the information you’re most interested in. This video gives an overview of how Nutshell Mail works:

NutshellMail: Simplify Your Online Social Life from David Lyman on Vimeo. gives NutshellMail an overall score of seven out of 10, noting that it could be a great tool for business users of social networks. If you’ve given NutshellMail a try, let us know how well it works for you in our comments.


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