Twitter for note taking #altc

Whilst I love sketchnoting my way through meeting and conferences, and have been doing some at ALTC this year, I’ve also been taking advantage of one of the features of Twitter. If you’ve not tried it you should.

Twitter has a feature whereby, if you reply to a tweet, the original tweet and your reply are linked in the timeline. If there are more replies to the replies Twitter will actually say something like ’11 replies’ between first and most recent tweets. So, here’s what I did. I replied to each of my tweets about a particular session at ALTC today, and I continued to reply to the last one I made, thus making a thread of notes for the session.

When it comes to your blog or whatever you do to curate your notes/tweets all you do is link to the first tweet and, when someone clicks the link they will see, in the timeline, each reply (and anyone else’s too) to that tweet/note. If you want to embed the tweets then select the ’embed’ option and co the code:

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