Tame is a web service that responds to a simple and yet so important problem today: what are the most popular links, those shared by as many members of my network as possible? Faced with the influx of information, faced with the mass of links shared on the networks, Tame allows you to take the time and obtain a summary of the web pages not to be missed. To use the service, just go to Tame.it and connect via Twitter. Indeed, to gather the links not to be missed, Tame uses the shares of the people you follow on Twitter. Once connected, Tame will start aggregating data.
The service isn't retroactive, so you'll have to wait a while to get a relevant summary of the links shared by the people you follow on Twitter. Tame.it will then show you the popular web pages, the most used hashtags and the most mentioned phone number list Twitter accounts by your followings. tame it You can display up to 20 links, hashtags and Twitter accounts. A counter is assigned to each input, but it undervalues the data. You can display the tweets associated with these values and above all choose the analysis period: from the last hour to the last 7 days. It's really practical, because the too
adapts to everyone's use. You can also display this data (links, hashtags, Twitter accounts) according to one of your Twitter lists or according to a specific search on the social network. Tame.it is an excellent tool, which should allow you to filter out the noise from your timeline on Twitter. The free version is sufficient for the majority of users and also allows you to receive a weekly newsletter containing the most shared links by your Twitter followings.