There's nothing romantic about a gift of todo lists. There. We said
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But, we're not writing just to tell you how much we love you. We
have another present for you today. We've been spending an awful
lot of time using Twitter to broadcast what we're up to. And we've
spent enough time leaving ourselves memos by Twitter that we decided
it was time to do something.
Today we're launching Hiveminder Integration for Twitter. If you're
eager to get going, you can get started right now by visiting:
Using Hiveminder by Twitter works a lot like our IM and Jabber
interfaces with a few important differences to take advantage of
everything Twitter has to offer.
Twitter lets you send private messages using the "d" command; to
address messages straight to Hiveminder, just prefix them with "d
hmtasks". You can use any of the Hiveminder IM commands to work
with your existing tasks.
To create your first task from Twitter, just tweet "d hmtasks call
my mom tonight". Hiveminder will create the task and then tweet you
back with the task id.
If you want to do a bit more, just tweet "d hmtasks help" to find
One of the coolest things about Twitter is the ability to broadcast
your thoughts and status to all your friends. Now you can add things
to your todo list and let your friends know what you're up to at
the same time. Just include "@hmtasks" somewhere in your tweet and
Hiveminder will take care of the rest. And your friends might just
help pressure you into getting stuff done ;)
I've saved the best for last. Through Twitter, you can now update
Hiveminder by SMS. In the US, just text your tweets to 40404.
Outside the US, you'll want to refer to Twitter's SMS help.