3 Tools to Search and Store Your Facebook, Twitter and Other Social Media Activity
Have you ever struggled to find a useful link you shared on Facebook or Twitter? Social media is part of our life, everyday we’re spending a certain amount of time to update our status, to see what our friends are doing and to share interesting links, photos and videos with others. You’ll find that there are too many things worth to keep track of. However, without proper storing of these information and links, sometimes it can be hard or even impossible to find them again.
Today, with this article, you don’t have to worry that anymore. We’ve found 3 brilliant tools for you to search and store your social media updates and activities. They’ll help you to collect whatever information and content you share online into a searchable database. Oops, is that an invasion of privacy? Don’t worry, these three services have some safety measures in place to protect your privacy and sensitive information.
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egoArchive keeps track of all your web stuff. It saves every web page, every update in your Facebook, Twitter and Delicious social streams to help you organize, archive and search your browsing history. The service is useful to boost your productivity with personal stats on your browsing behavior and stop worrying about bookmarks.
When it comes to user privacy protection, there are some safety measures in place. By default, no pages with a secure connection (https://) will be saved, nor will any pages visited while you are using your browser’s incognito mode. There’s also a blacklist feature which allows you to add any URL that you don’t want to be archived.
Memolane creates timelines from the social media services you are already using, and discover new ones. The service can be used for Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Flickr, Picasa, Vimeo, RSS feeds, etc.
For each account that you connect, you can choose a separate privacy setting – private, public or “friends only.” Your updates are then pulled into a “lane,” where they are organized by date. In addition to that, you can also create separate lanes around specific themes or events. You can then search or browse these lanes, which are limited to updates you have chosen.
In short, Memolane is a useful tool to search all of your social media content putting the past at your fingertips, from your first tweets to your latest check-ins.
Here’s a short video to introduce the service:
Greplin is a personal search engine that allows you to search all your online data in one easy place. The service indexes the information you create on different websites (like Gmail, Twitter and Facebook) and provides fast search of all your information.
Search results are separated into categories, making it easy to find what you are looking for. Each category shows the first three results with options to show more, each result linking to the original content. Greplin’s clean and simple layout makes it easy for you to find things quickly.
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