Aggregate Email, Facebook and Twitter Oh My!

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Threadsy is an aggregation tool that pulls email accounts (Gmail, Yahoo, MSN, AOL and IMAP as well) together.

Threadsy also aggregates your Facebook Inbox as well as Twitter. One of the nice usability features was that it did manage to aggregate accounts nicely and order them in the proper fashion.

A TC50 startup and runner-up in 2009: Threadsy is a fresh online communication experience that lets you discover more about people while exchanging messages.

It pulls together your existing accounts and enhances them with relevant information from social networks and the public web. The effect is a brand new flavor of communication harmony.

Threadsy is free and works right in your web browser, there’s no need to download anything ever. It works with your existing email addresses, Facebook, and Twitter.

  • manage all your messages in one place
  • pull your accounts together into a fresh, enjoyable experience
  • focus on the people
  • discover more about people you exchange messages with

So what does it look like once you’ve setup your accounts? – A nice clean, consolidated inbox:

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My experience Threadsy has been good so far and would recommend it to moderate/heavy email/social users looking to consolidate accounts and manage their valuable time more efficiently.

I have 10 invites to join their private beta: be quick! http://bit.ly/d8rzaN and let me know your experience.

Aggregate Email, Facebook and Twitter Oh My!
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