Tweetdeck Mac

  • TweetDeck - Twitter’s dashboard application - for Mac has received the most-demanded features such as GIFs, polls and emojis. These features were initially available in the Twitter’s Mac desktop version but the app was pulled out altogether and now it will be made available for Mac app.
  • Twitter TweetDeck displays Timelines in a reverse chronological manner. You will see the latest tweets on the top and older tweets following the latest one. Clear TweetDeck Columns: TweetDeck users can completely clean TweetDeck columns to get the latest Tweets loaded. Scroll to Top: Scroll to Top feature work according to its name.
  • TweetDeck for Mac has been updated today with support to run natively on the first M1 Macs. This means TweetDeck now runs natively without translation on the new Mac mini, MacBook Pro, and MacBook.

TweetDeck offers a more convenient Twitter experience by letting you view multiple timelines in one easy interface. It includes a host of advanced features to help get the most of Twitter: Manage multiple Twitter accounts, schedule Tweets for posting in the future, build Tweet collections, and more. Yesterday, TweetDeck launched natively on Mac and Windows, bringing with it a brand new experience in-line with #NewNewTwitter’s focus. Like Twitter, it’s another big change many will have a hard time adjusting to. Most of my day is spent on a Macintosh. That other part of my day is spent on Windows (which I don’t mind).

I love TweetDeck, the Twitter client. Unambiguously. It has become one of those applications in the “lights out” category: when it stops working, it’s like someone’s turned the lights out. Yesterday it simply dumped tweets and stopped refreshing, keeping a handful of replies but otherwise showing blank columns.

Tweetdeck Mac

Using a combination of advice from the old TweetDeck blog, a blog to which it pointed, and something from @chopso, here’s what I did:

Tweetdeck

Tweetdeck Mac Review

  1. Uninstalled TweetDeck,
  2. Uninstalled Adobe AIR using the uninstaller in the Applications folder
  3. Deleted the folder home/Library/Preferences/TweetDeck (a vital step I couldn’t find anywhere online but given to me on Twitter by @chopso)
  4. Restarted the computer
  5. Reinstalled TweetDeck

I suspect that was overkill and I would have got the same result:

  1. Closing TweetDeck
  2. Deleting the folder home/Library/Adobe/AIR/ELS/TweetDeck*
  3. Deleting the folder home/Library/Preferences/TweetDeck
  4. Restarting TweetDeck

Tweetdeck On Macbook Pro

I don’t normally write “support” posts (unqualified to do so) but because I couldn’t find the @chopso step anywhere and it was vital to my success in getting TweetDeck working again, I thought I’d put this up.