Browsing through one’s own tweets or looking up a former tweet by a user couldn’t have been made much simpler than what this new tool from a startup called, Kifi, does. Kifi is rolling out a new tool that allows users to automatically save all the links he has tweeted in order to create a personalized search engine that includes those links as well as others it recommends on what the users have shared.
The company has described the new feature, known as ‘Kifi for Twitter’, as something of a deep search engine for Twitter because apart from indexing the tweet itself, it also indexes the actual content contained in those links, allowing a user to more easily retrieve the information in the future, TechCrunch reported.
Explaining the introduction of the tool, Mark Yoshitake , vice president of product at Kifi, said that one of the huge problems that they have found is that people have a hard time recalling the wealth of information they’ve found and shared on social networks. And in an attempt to make it easier for people to browse through that database of information, search/kifi.html”> Kifi has created the tool that saves people from the trouble of missing information.