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  • Duplicate your Session (new feature)

    duplicate your session

    May 22, 2012 : Always improving our tool, the TweetWall Pro development team has now created the possibility to duplicate a session.


    Dear TweetWall Pro users,

    You can now duplicate your sessions. No need to remember all settings when you want to re-create the exact same session. Just click on ‘duplicate’ on the original session and the new one will appear on your dashboard. You can still modify it by going into settings.

    It works with new, recently finished and even running sessions. It is the perfect option for events lasting several days. You can re-start the same session every day.

    As easy as ABC!



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What is TweetWall Pro ?

TweetWall Pro is an audience particiaption solution that displays the social conversation on screen driving engagement, brand exposure, and event awareness. Stream content from social media, SMS or web messaging systems to support diverse audiences.  

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The young company A Bunch of Monkeys was in charge of the TweetWall for a big concert in Mexico, on July 18th. Federico Stuht, project manager for the company, told us about his experience.

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TweetWall Pro officially launched in May 2010 in Silicon Valley at SF New Tech, the Bay area's largest, longest running, and most loved monthly technology event designed for start-up technology companies. Since 2010, TweetWalls have been used at hundreds of events worldwide including conferences, tradeshows, concerts, corporate events, sporting events, and has even been integrated in live TV programming.

Our company's mission is to provide innovative social media tools to drive customer engagement in real-time at events and extend the buzz of events virally through social networks.



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