Nuzzel App

by | Apr 1, 2020 | Useful Apps | 0 comments

As promised last month, I want to tell you about a tool called Nuzzel (nuzzel.com). Nuzzel is a website that you log into with your Twitter and/or Facebook account(s). Nuzzel then searches through your social media friends and pulls up the stories they are Tweeting and talking about. This provides you with news you are most likely interested in. 

You don’t have to comb through hundreds and thousands of entries to find a few good nuggets. Most of the best have been mined for you. 

Four feeds are curated for you on the Nuzzel toolbar: News from Friends, News from Friends of Friends, News You May Have Missed, and Recently Read Stories. The last one is especially helpful when you want to go back and retrieve something you forgot to save in Pocket or Evernote.

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