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More Mobile Updates for Presently: Android Application Refreshed

By Maggie Lubberts on April 25, 2011

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Here at Presently we understand that the key to staying connected is mobility so we've been working hard to improve our applications for mobile platforms! In last week's announcement on the new Presently Desktop, we promised you an update for Presently Android, and we're here to make good on that promise! Starting today you can uninstall the old...

Upgrades for Presently Desktop

By Intridea on April 20, 2011

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2012 has brought about a series of changes and updates for Presently, including an updated Chrome Extension, a slick new iPhone app, SharePoint 2010 integration and an impressive round of UI changes for the native web app. April has been our busiest month, and today we're excited to make yet another update announcement, this time concerning our...

Presently Chrome Extension Update

By Intridea on April 15, 2011

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If you're not already using the Presently Chrome Extension give it a try today! It gives you full access to your Presently network, letting you view and post updates and stay up-to-date throughout the day. The small notification icon that sits next to your address bar is unobtrusive yet distinctive enough to offer you a gentle reminder that you...

Improved UI and New Features for Present.ly

By Intridea on January 20, 2011

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"Ch-ch-ch-ch changes!" It's a new year, and it's time for a change! That's why our Presently development team has been busy this month working on some exciting UI changes for Presently. Yesterday we released a new UI that includes several highly sought-after features, and we think you'll be excited about the enhancements.

Using Present.ly for Rails Rumble Collaboration

By Terry Tai on October 29, 2010

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We chose to use Present.ly as our communication tool during the Rumble. Present.ly is a private micro blogging system. It uses XMPP like most IM services use, so it's instant. But unlike IM, the messages are well organized thanks to the way it uses threading to display message replies. Plus, there are no messy chat logs to sift through! We...