End of support for Hootlet and Hootfeed - February 9, 2021
On March 15, 2021, we’re retiring two of our legacy extension products: Hootfeed and Hootlet. If you have Hootlet installed in your Chrome browser, we recommend removing it, as it will be disabled on March 15.
We’re saying goodbye to Hootfeed, but we know that many customers found value in Hootlet. So we will be building a better, more robust Hootlet experience in the future. For now, the Hootsuite app directory offers these partner integrations that can help you store and share web content:
Pocket - Save content from anywhere on the web to your Pocket account. Then with the Pocket app for Hootsuite, share that saved content to your social accounts. This app is available to all Hootsuite plan types, and it’s included free with Hootsuite Enterprise. Learn more about the Pocket app.
Curate by Upcontent - Discover and curate the best content in your UpContent account. Then integrate your account as a Hootsuite content source to share relevant topics on your social channels. This app is available to all Hootsuite plan types. Learn more about the Curate by Upcontent app.
RSS AutoPublisher - Auto-publish from RSS feeds to your Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn accounts. Automate up to 25 feeds and make your social accounts the new go-tos for the latest news. This app is available to all Hootsuite plan types, and it’s included free with Hootsuite Enterprise. Learn more about the RSS AutoPublisher app.
As an alternate solution to Hootfeed, you could try the following for displaying live Twitter streams at events:
Hootsuite streams - Create search streams for monitoring certain keywords on your connected Twitter profile. See Create a Twitter search or keyword stream.
TINT Events - TINT Events allows brands to collect, personalize, display, and monitor social media content feeds on any screen from TV displays to stadium jumbotrons. TINT is a Hootsuite technology partner. Learn more at https://www.tintup.com/events or contact Hootsuite for a demo.