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Tell Us About Your Favorite Dashboard!

Tell Us About Your Favorite Dashboard! | Time to Learn | Scoop.it

One of the recent water cooler conversations around the Mozplex has been about dashboards. The question: What makes a great dashboard? We all use these top-level reports in various apps everyday, for professional and personal reasons, and some are better than others.

At their best, these reports can do an amazing job of making our work more efficient. You check the dashboard, review your progress, gather some insights, and know what to do next. Etta James cues up, the clouds part, sunshine beams down on your desk, and a unicorn gallops in slow motion past your office window.

But at their worst, dashboards are lacking in useful info, cluttered, or convoluted. They amount to one more click between you and the real details you need in an app, adding to the clown-car cycle of chasing down your next actions.

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FanMix is simply the best way to manage multiple social media accounts in one window

FanMix is simply the best way to manage multiple social media accounts in one window | Time to Learn | Scoop.it

If you’ve ever had the displeasure of trying to manage multiple social accounts, then you know that there aren’t really great solutions for doing so. Yes, there are tools such as Hootsuite or TweetDeck, but the biggest problem that we social addicts (oh, and managers) face is the speed at which social moves. It’s incredibly easy to lose track of a conversation, and that’s where FanMix is doing things differently.

FanMix is a browser-based project from the TechStars alumni company called SocialEngine. It handles your social networking interactions in a format that’s almost identical to your email inbox, so that you can easily track, respond to and create conversations across all of your networks. Here’s my Inbox screen, to give you an idea:

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