How to use all social media from one place

Having so many social media accounts presents us with different challenges, such as using them simultaneously. With this in mind, keeping social media activities in a single place is the best option: whether it’s for checking updates or writing new messages, we want to find our apps quickly and use them together without going back and forth.

However, most browsers have a hard time providing this experience to their users. Tabbed browsing proposes a single-page view that hinders social media tasks—to a greater extent if someone needs to consult and combine information from different pages.

Moreover, social media updates and feeds are shown in vertical-navigation interfaces with no sign of changing soon (at least not until smartphones cease to exist). Yet most browsers insist on their classic horizontal layout. Designed back when social media wasn’t even a thing, browsers have shown a lack of innovation in this last regard.

Aware of this issue, social media management tools like Hootsuite provide an interface that suits social media perfectly.

These business web apps are great if you have just a few social network accounts. However, as these apps are designed for social media admins, they have substantial limitations for most users. For one thing, without a paid plan they offer support for a limited number of accounts only. More importantly, these work with a limited number of websites exclusively; likewise, some like Tweekdeck are platform-exclusive.

Other enterprise options, in turn, may not have these problems. However, they’re prohibitively expensive for chiefly all users. As such, just for scrolling personal pages, these kinds of tools are not that helpful.

Stack – productivity browser that brings all social media platforms together

How we use social media is hardwired into Stack Browser. That is, no need for additional configurations or fancy extensions to make things work. Stack supports the ideal workflow for social media out of the box.

How does Stack do this? To begin with, compared to other browsers, Stack uses side-by-side windows known as cards instead of tabs. Unlike tabs, cards allow you to set your social media accounts one next to the other. To help you stay in touch with people, news, and trends, cards prioritize a vertical layout for web pages, meaning that social media feeds fit them perfectly.

Also, in case you have multiple accounts of a social network, Stack offers unlimited support for multi-accounting. In other words, Stack allows you to use different Facebook, Discord, Instagram, or Twitter accounts simultaneously.

To summarize, with Stack you can:

  • Administrate all your social media from a single place
  • Create and share quality content using all your web services of choosing one next to the other
  • Unify your notifications and interactions with users in a single place
  • See at a glance all your social media feed discussions. Pro-tip: use Stack cards’ auto-update option for automating the process and increase productivity

Besides, Stack is not for social media alone, but for boosting browsing efficiency no matter what tools we use. Any accounts of web services you may have can benefit from Stack’s features.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.