Twitter Dashboard to Shutter Feb. three

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Twitter is pulling the plug on Twitter Dashboard, the iOS and desktop application it launched last June to help businesses better connect with users.

The social network announced in a series of tweets (embedded below) that Dashboard will be shuttered Feb. 3, adding that it hopes to incorporate some of the app’s features elsewhere within its ecosystem.

Twitter Dashboard will be closing down on February 3rd. 1/5

— Twitter Dashboard (@dashboardapp) January 10, 2017

In the future, we hope to bring the best features from Dashboard to the broader Twitter community. 2/5

— Twitter Dashboard (@dashboardapp) January 10, 2017

In the future, we hope to bring the best features from Dashboard to the broader Twitter community. 2/5

— Twitter Dashboard (@dashboardapp) January 10, 2017

All of your scheduled Tweets will still be posted as scheduled and can be seen/updated from @tweetdeck 4/5

— Twitter Dashboard (@dashboardapp) January 10, 2017

So long and thanks for all the Tweets, , the @dashboardapp team. 5/5

— Twitter Dashboard (@dashboardapp) January 10, 2017

Twitter added that scheduled tweets will still be posted, and they can be updated via TweetDeck.

When Dashboard was introduced in June, product and engineering manager Noah Pepper wrote in a blog post:

  • Easily engage with your audience: Create a custom feed to find out what’s being said about your business. (Chances are there’s more than the mentions you’d normally be notified about!) Use your custom feed to get right to the tweets you want to see first and better engage with your community. For example, if you work at a cafe, you may see a tweet from a customer who has a question about your hours. Or if you’re a boutique owner, you

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