My Social Media ToolBox: Seesmic Desktop
My Social Media ToolBox: Seesmic Desktop
by
David Finch
David Finch

If you’re active on Twitter, you need to check out Seesmic Desktop. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been experimenting with my Twitter desktop applications. I will admit from the start that I have been a huge fan of Tweetdeck from just about their beginning, but I always check out the latest apps to see if there is anything I would want to add to my toolbox. Usually what happens is the new shinny app doesn’t hold up to what I’ve been using and eventually I migrate back to what I’ve become accustomed to. However, that’s changed when I started using Seesmic Desktop.

Seesmic Desktop Features
My initial thought when I first download Seesmic Desktop was, OK it’s another attempt to be like Tweetdeck. It has similar features such as multiple panels, search, groups or what Seesmic Desktop calls “Userlists.” It also has the ability to integrate multiple Twitter accounts, Facebook, as well as the ability to sharing images and video.  To be perfectly honest, when I started using it I didn’t like it. It seemed a little clunky to me, but after a few days of giving it a chance I began to get won over.

The selling point for has been the ease in which I can switch between user groups without having to scroll to the hidden panels off screen. I also like how I can set up multiple search queries for all the brands and keywords that I’m monitoring. Currently, I’m switching between 9 user groups and 7 search terms. The simplicity for the user is once you set them up, there just a click away. The cool thing about it is that I don’t have to keep all my userlists (groups) and search term on the main panel. I can switch back and forth to the ones I want to engage and monitor at the time.

Seesmic Desktop Client Preview

I think Seesmic Desktop has put out the challenge to Tweetdeck. I’m also looking forward to see how quickly Seesmic Desktop responds to feature requests from within their community of users.

Are you using Seemic Desktop? What are your thoughts? Try it and let me know what you think.

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  • Russell, I think Seesmic's best feature is how it handles searches and userlists.

    Thanks for the feedback!!

  • Russell, I think Seesmic's best feature is how it handles searches and userlists.

    Thanks for the feedback!!

  • Loic, Thanks for the comment. I look forward to seeing how it evolves as you continue to make changes. Great app.!!

  • Loic, Thanks for the comment. I look forward to seeing how it evolves as you continue to make changes. Great app.!!

  • Thanks for the comment!! Looks like an interest application, but being a Mac guy I have no way to check it out. :-)

  • Thanks for the comment!! Looks like an interest application, but being a Mac guy I have no way to check it out. :-)

  • We're working on a way for users to have an easier time creating groups/userlists for a future release coming soon. We appreciate all of your feedback.

  • We're working on a way for users to have an easier time creating groups/userlists for a future release coming soon. We appreciate all of your feedback.

  • I switched from TweetDeck to Seesmic because comments from Groups kept disappearing, but I'm finding the same thing happening with Seesmic. i'm staying with Seesmic, though, because I love the way it handles Searches and allows me to jump between types of Tweets in that first column.

  • I switched from TweetDeck to Seesmic because comments from Groups kept disappearing, but I'm finding the same thing happening with Seesmic. i'm staying with Seesmic, though, because I love the way it handles Searches and allows me to jump between types of Tweets in that first column.

  • I switched from TweetDeck to Seesmic because comments from Groups kept disappearing, but I'm finding the same thing happening with Seesmic. i'm staying with Seesmic, though, because I love the way it handles Searches and allows me to jump between types of Tweets in that first column.

    • Russell, I think Seesmic's best feature is how it handles searches and userlists.

      Thanks for the feedback!!

  • Fabien Spina

    You should check bDule http://www.sobees.com/bdule which is, in my opinion, far better than Seesmic or Tweetdeck. The only issue is that it runs only on Windows at the moment.

  • Fabien Spina

    You should check bDule http://www.sobees.com/bdule which is, in my opinion, far better than Seesmic or Tweetdeck. The only issue is that it runs only on Windows at the moment.

  • Fabien Spina

    You should check bDule http://www.sobees.com/bdule which is, in my opinion, far better than Seesmic or Tweetdeck. The only issue is that it runs only on Windows at the moment.

    • Thanks for the comment!! Looks like an interest application, but being a Mac guy I have no way to check it out. :-)

  • I was using Twirl. I moved to Seesmic Desktop. A fantastic app.

  • I was using Twirl. I moved to Seesmic Desktop. A fantastic app.

  • I was using Twirl. I moved to Seesmic Desktop. A fantastic app.

  • thank you for this review David, glad you like Seesmic, please keep sending us feedback!

  • thank you for this review David, glad you like Seesmic, please keep sending us feedback!

  • thank you for this review David, glad you like Seesmic, please keep sending us feedback!

    • Loic, Thanks for the comment. I look forward to seeing how it evolves as you continue to make changes. Great app.!!

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  • Matthew, we're happy to be such a positive influence on you!! :-)

  • Matthew, we're happy to be such a positive influence on you!! :-)

  • All right, all right, you convinced me! I will give it a try!

    I have a 24″ monitor and even then Tweetdeck seems like a real estate, not to mention memory, hog.

    Anyone else but SME and I would be ignoring all the SeeDeskTop chatter, but you have broken my will!

    Damn you, Social Media Explorer!!!!

  • All right, all right, you convinced me! I will give it a try!

    I have a 24″ monitor and even then Tweetdeck seems like a real estate, not to mention memory, hog.

    Anyone else but SME and I would be ignoring all the SeeDeskTop chatter, but you have broken my will!

    Damn you, Social Media Explorer!!!!

  • All right, all right, you convinced me! I will give it a try!

    I have a 24″ monitor and even then Tweetdeck seems like a real estate, not to mention memory, hog.

    Anyone else but SME and I would be ignoring all the SeeDeskTop chatter, but you have broken my will!

    Damn you, Social Media Explorer!!!!

    • Matthew, we're happy to be such a positive influence on you!! :-)

  • Katie, I completely understand. Recreating groups/userlists seemed really overwhelming, but what I did was switch back and forth from Tweetdeck to Seesmic Desktop until I had all my groups recreated. It took a little time, but it was a way for me to make the transition slowly.

    Thanks for your feedback!!

  • Katie, I completely understand. Recreating groups/userlists seemed really overwhelming, but what I did was switch back and forth from Tweetdeck to Seesmic Desktop until I had all my groups recreated. It took a little time, but it was a way for me to make the transition slowly.

    Thanks for your feedback!!

  • Katie, I completely understand. Recreating groups/userlists seemed really overwhelming, but what I did was switch back and forth from Tweetdeck to Seesmic Desktop until I had all my groups recreated. It took a little time, but it was a way for me to make the transition slowly.

    Thanks for your feedback!!

  • Wendy, great points! I felt the same thing after using Seesmic Desktop initially, but what sold me was the ability to monitor a larger number of groups and search queries with less screen real estate.

    Thanks for your feedback!!

  • Wendy, great points! I felt the same thing after using Seesmic Desktop initially, but what sold me was the ability to monitor a larger number of groups and search queries with less screen real estate.

    Thanks for your feedback!!

  • Wendy, great points! I felt the same thing after using Seesmic Desktop initially, but what sold me was the ability to monitor a larger number of groups and search queries with less screen real estate.

    Thanks for your feedback!!

  • I use TweetDeck and recently downloaded Seesmic. The one thing I like better about Seesmic is the support for multiple accounts (which I can't seem to get on TweetDeck unless someone can tell me how.) The reason I haven't fully migrated to Seesmic is because the task of recreating all my follower groups, etc, seems so daunting I get overwhelmed and end up back on TweetDeck 'for today.' TweetDeck brings up a follower list when you create a group so you can mostly populate your groups in one go, Seesmic doesn't have that functionality (or I can't find it.)

    I also agree with Wendy, being so used to TweetDeck displaying my groups makes it hard to accustom myself to flipping between them, but I think after a while I might like that for the same reason as you, that it's less cluttered.

    For me it's all about the difficulty level of recreating my groups – if they fix that I'd switch.

  • I use TweetDeck and recently downloaded Seesmic. The one thing I like better about Seesmic is the support for multiple accounts (which I can't seem to get on TweetDeck unless someone can tell me how.) The reason I haven't fully migrated to Seesmic is because the task of recreating all my follower groups, etc, seems so daunting I get overwhelmed and end up back on TweetDeck 'for today.' TweetDeck brings up a follower list when you create a group so you can mostly populate your groups in one go, Seesmic doesn't have that functionality (or I can't find it.)

    I also agree with Wendy, being so used to TweetDeck displaying my groups makes it hard to accustom myself to flipping between them, but I think after a while I might like that for the same reason as you, that it's less cluttered.

    For me it's all about the difficulty level of recreating my groups – if they fix that I'd switch.

  • I use TweetDeck and recently downloaded Seesmic. The one thing I like better about Seesmic is the support for multiple accounts (which I can't seem to get on TweetDeck unless someone can tell me how.) The reason I haven't fully migrated to Seesmic is because the task of recreating all my follower groups, etc, seems so daunting I get overwhelmed and end up back on TweetDeck 'for today.' TweetDeck brings up a follower list when you create a group so you can mostly populate your groups in one go, Seesmic doesn't have that functionality (or I can't find it.)

    I also agree with Wendy, being so used to TweetDeck displaying my groups makes it hard to accustom myself to flipping between them, but I think after a while I might like that for the same reason as you, that it's less cluttered.

    For me it's all about the difficulty level of recreating my groups – if they fix that I'd switch.

  • I use TweetDeck and recently downloaded Seesmic. The one thing I like better about Seesmic is the support for multiple accounts (which I can't seem to get on TweetDeck unless someone can tell me how.) The reason I haven't fully migrated to Seesmic is because the task of recreating all my follower groups, etc, seems so daunting I get overwhelmed and end up back on TweetDeck 'for today.' TweetDeck brings up a follower list when you create a group so you can mostly populate your groups in one go, Seesmic doesn't have that functionality (or I can't find it.)

    I also agree with Wendy, being so used to TweetDeck displaying my groups makes it hard to accustom myself to flipping between them, but I think after a while I might like that for the same reason as you, that it's less cluttered.

    For me it's all about the difficulty level of recreating my groups – if they fix that I'd switch.

  • I use TweetDeck and recently downloaded Seesmic. The one thing I like better about Seesmic is the support for multiple accounts (which I can't seem to get on TweetDeck unless someone can tell me how.) The reason I haven't fully migrated to Seesmic is because the task of recreating all my follower groups, etc, seems so daunting I get overwhelmed and end up back on TweetDeck 'for today.' TweetDeck brings up a follower list when you create a group so you can mostly populate your groups in one go, Seesmic doesn't have that functionality (or I can't find it.)

    I also agree with Wendy, being so used to TweetDeck displaying my groups makes it hard to accustom myself to flipping between them, but I think after a while I might like that for the same reason as you, that it's less cluttered.

    For me it's all about the difficulty level of recreating my groups – if they fix that I'd switch.

    • Katie, I completely understand. Recreating groups/userlists seemed really overwhelming, but what I did was switch back and forth from Tweetdeck to Seesmic Desktop until I had all my groups recreated. It took a little time, but it was a way for me to make the transition slowly.

      Thanks for your feedback!!

    • We're working on a way for users to have an easier time creating groups/userlists for a future release coming soon. We appreciate all of your feedback.

  • I tried out Seesmic Desktop for about a week… and I switched back to Tweetdeck. My challenge with it was that I was so used to using Tweetdeck, that if what I wanted to view wasn't already up in a panel, I'd forget to look at it.

    I think Seesmic is great if you need to manage multiple accounts. I agree completely with the ease of switching accounts, etc. And if I had to be active across multiple accounts, it would work. But for me, I'm active on one account, and the rest is monitoring for chatter about other terms… which I'm already so used to doing with Tweetdeck. It wasn't worth trying to change my behaviour over at this point.

  • I tried out Seesmic Desktop for about a week… and I switched back to Tweetdeck. My challenge with it was that I was so used to using Tweetdeck, that if what I wanted to view wasn't already up in a panel, I'd forget to look at it.

    I think Seesmic is great if you need to manage multiple accounts. I agree completely with the ease of switching accounts, etc. And if I had to be active across multiple accounts, it would work. But for me, I'm active on one account, and the rest is monitoring for chatter about other terms… which I'm already so used to doing with Tweetdeck. It wasn't worth trying to change my behaviour over at this point.

  • I tried out Seesmic Desktop for about a week… and I switched back to Tweetdeck. My challenge with it was that I was so used to using Tweetdeck, that if what I wanted to view wasn't already up in a panel, I'd forget to look at it.

    I think Seesmic is great if you need to manage multiple accounts. I agree completely with the ease of switching accounts, etc. And if I had to be active across multiple accounts, it would work. But for me, I'm active on one account, and the rest is monitoring for chatter about other terms… which I'm already so used to doing with Tweetdeck. It wasn't worth trying to change my behaviour over at this point.

  • I tried out Seesmic Desktop for about a week… and I switched back to Tweetdeck. My challenge with it was that I was so used to using Tweetdeck, that if what I wanted to view wasn't already up in a panel, I'd forget to look at it.

    I think Seesmic is great if you need to manage multiple accounts. I agree completely with the ease of switching accounts, etc. And if I had to be active across multiple accounts, it would work. But for me, I'm active on one account, and the rest is monitoring for chatter about other terms… which I'm already so used to doing with Tweetdeck. It wasn't worth trying to change my behaviour over at this point.

  • I tried out Seesmic Desktop for about a week… and I switched back to Tweetdeck. My challenge with it was that I was so used to using Tweetdeck, that if what I wanted to view wasn't already up in a panel, I'd forget to look at it.

    I think Seesmic is great if you need to manage multiple accounts. I agree completely with the ease of switching accounts, etc. And if I had to be active across multiple accounts, it would work. But for me, I'm active on one account, and the rest is monitoring for chatter about other terms… which I'm already so used to doing with Tweetdeck. It wasn't worth trying to change my behaviour over at this point.

  • I tried out Seesmic Desktop for about a week… and I switched back to Tweetdeck. My challenge with it was that I was so used to using Tweetdeck, that if what I wanted to view wasn't already up in a panel, I'd forget to look at it.

    I think Seesmic is great if you need to manage multiple accounts. I agree completely with the ease of switching accounts, etc. And if I had to be active across multiple accounts, it would work. But for me, I'm active on one account, and the rest is monitoring for chatter about other terms… which I'm already so used to doing with Tweetdeck. It wasn't worth trying to change my behaviour over at this point.

    • Wendy, great points! I felt the same thing after using Seesmic Desktop initially, but what sold me was the ability to monitor a larger number of groups and search queries with less screen real estate.

      Thanks for your feedback!!

  • Gregg, One of the desktop apps that I tried over the past few weeks was Nambu. However, it wasn't the features that I didn't like it was the stability. It constantly crashed, as well as it would freeze up. I think if they can every get those issues worked out then I think they may have a chance to be in the same conversation as Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Until then, I”ll stick with Seesmic.

    Thanks for your feedback.

  • Gregg, One of the desktop apps that I tried over the past few weeks was Nambu. However, it wasn't the features that I didn't like it was the stability. It constantly crashed, as well as it would freeze up. I think if they can every get those issues worked out then I think they may have a chance to be in the same conversation as Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Until then, I”ll stick with Seesmic.

    Thanks for your feedback.

  • Gregg, One of the desktop apps that I tried over the past few weeks was Nambu. However, it wasn't the features that I didn't like it was the stability. It constantly crashed, as well as it would freeze up. I think if they can every get those issues worked out then I think they may have a chance to be in the same conversation as Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Until then, I”ll stick with Seesmic.

    Thanks for your feedback.

  • Gregg, One of the desktop apps that I tried over the past few weeks was Nambu. However, it wasn't the features that I didn't like it was the stability. It constantly crashed, as well as it would freeze up. I think if they can every get those issues worked out then I think they may have a chance to be in the same conversation as Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Until then, I”ll stick with Seesmic.

    Thanks for your feedback.

  • Gregg, One of the desktop apps that I tried over the past few weeks was Nambu. However, it wasn't the features that I didn't like it was the stability. It constantly crashed, as well as it would freeze up. I think if they can every get those issues worked out then I think they may have a chance to be in the same conversation as Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Until then, I”ll stick with Seesmic.

    Thanks for your feedback.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

  • Gregg Morris

    Hi David,

    My experience has been similar to yours. I really like the Seesmic interface and I keep trying to make it my default Twitter client. I gave up on TweetDeck some time ago. Takes too many resources and while I know part of that is Adobe Air, it seems that Seesmic is a little less “piggy” in that area.

    While I'm glad that Loc has integrated the Facebook stream I'm not terribly interested in that. I tried sending my tweets through FB as well after they made the change to a real time stream but that kind of overwhelmed my FB friends. I have seen several others on Twitter mention a similar experience.

    The reason I haven't changed over to Seesmic is a program called Nambu. It's a native Mac app so if someone's not on that platform it's kind of a moot point I suppose. The folks who make it also do the tr.im URL shortner whose analytics I like better than any of the others. The desktop client has all of the features you praise Seesmic for and one that Seesmic doesn't support, the ability to click a tweeter's image and have all of their tweets appear in a column. It's very handy for when you want to see what someone's been saying buy you may not want to add them to a user list. I don't see how Loc can work that one in to Seesmic since the tweeter image is already pretty busy with the four action icons. I can hardly wait to see what the finished product delivers and whether it can wean me off of Nambu.

    • Gregg, One of the desktop apps that I tried over the past few weeks was Nambu. However, it wasn't the features that I didn't like it was the stability. It constantly crashed, as well as it would freeze up. I think if they can every get those issues worked out then I think they may have a chance to be in the same conversation as Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Until then, I”ll stick with Seesmic.

      Thanks for your feedback.