4 Websites to See Updates from Multiple Social Networks

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Here is a list of 4 websites to see updates from multiple social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and many more. These websites make sure that you don’t have to browse each of the social media networks individually to stay updated about the happenings around the world. All you need to do is just connect the social media accounts you want to stay updated about and that’s it.

All the included websites vary in terms of number of supported social media platforms, but they all support Facebook and Twitter. These websites also offer paid plans with advanced options, but their free plans are more than enough for a regular user. So, let’s get started.

1. Hootsuite:

Hootsuite

Hootsuite is one of the most popular websites to see posts from multiple social networks. It lets you add Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, WordPress, and mixi. For each of the connected social media accounts, you can choose to add multiple streams. A stream represents a specific type of feed update you want to see from a particular social media account. For example in the case of Twitter, you can choose a stream as Home Feed, Mentions, Direct Message (Inbox/Outbox), Favorite Tweets, New Followers, etc. All the selected feeds are shown to you in form side by side columns.

It also lets you create multiple tabs. Each tab is a collection of streams which means you can group different type of streams into multiple tabs for better assessment. Besides this, there are various other options like Publisher, Analytics, Assignments, Contacts, etc. You can also choose to add RSS/Atom Feed of your social media profiles and post to social networks simultaneously.

2. Alternion:

Alternion

Alternion is a website which comes with support for 220+ social networks. You can choose to connect any of them to get all updates on a single screen. All the updates are shown to you in the form of cards with each card having the logo of the source social network. You can perform social network specific actions directly from the cards. You can also choose to see updates from a particular social media platform if you don’t want to get from all of them.

Alternion also lets you connect with other people using the website and due to this, it also gives you the option to choose the settings about how those connections can interact with your feed.

3. Feedient:

Feedient

Feedient is the third website in the list and it is in Open Beta phase as of now. It means you might face a few bugs or it might not work properly in some cases but as for me, it worked perfectly with nothing to complain about. It lets you add Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Tumblr and RSS Feed. It automatically creates individual columns for each of the connected social media accounts making it easier for you to navigate. There is also a specific section called Notifications where you can check the latest notifications from connected accounts.

The other features of the website is that it lets you check all the sessions you have created on different devices and remove any of them anytime you want. Besides English (US & UK), it is available in 9 more languages.

4. GrabInbox:

GrabInbox

GrabInbox is another website in the list which lets you see social network updates from different social media. The website supports Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Unlike other websites, it doesn’t show feeds from all social networks on a single interface. Instead, you have to choose the social account using a drop down menu. You will get multiple options depending upon the social media account chosen by you. For example on choosing Twitter, you will see options like Timeline, Mentions, Messages, Retweets, Favorites, etc. However,  you can enable/disable any of the options from the settings. It also lets you schedule posts for social media accounts connected by you.

With this, It’s time to wrap up this list of 4 free website to see updates from multiple social networks. Give them a try to save lots of time by viewing all feeds at the same time.

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