dialogue with Simon Wicki
Because Twitter’s successor allows people to express themselves more freely, I continue our conversation here.
I am trying this service because data must be easier to manage.
One can view in Notyfy the notifications from 10 services: Facebook, GitHub, Gmail, LinkedIn, Medium, Product Hunt, Quora, Reddit, Stack Overflow, and Twitter.
GitHub also helps people manage code for computer programs; most other services help us communicate publicly.
1. Your software displays these logged-in platforms: Facebook, GitHub, Gmail, LinkedIn, Medium, Product Hunt, Quora, Reddit, Stack Overflow.
Your software displays this logged-out platform: Twitter.
1.1 I experience the following:
1.1.1 I press the Check button to the right of the list item Twitter (in what can be the settings panel).
1.1.2 Notyfy displays sectors on a circle, which can indicate that it’s trying to execute my command.
1.1.3 Notyfy displays the message: “Platform wasn’t found as logged in.”
1.2 You have news.
I am using version 1.5.3.
On what human interactions can we agree that would shorten the time during which one cannot receive notifications from Twitter through Notyfy?
2. Unfortunately for the human psyche, programmers distribute over many interfaces functions that many people need often. I am using another Chrome / Chromium extension in order to find out more easily when one messages me using Facebook Messenger. I could solve this by:
2.1 agreeing with people to communicate privately with me using Facebook conversations instead.
They are a better means of written communication, but who agrees to that?
2.2 agreeing with you to include Facebook Messenger.
When we can, we discuss our benefits and costs, and we plan some work.
I am providing here the best advertising one can get: public communication on Medium about what a service is really like.
Our words are not hidden in one of the huge number of rectangles across the Internet, stored who knows where and under what conditions.
Our identities are not hidden, as they are in services like TrustPilot.