Feb 16, 2012

Pixable Launches New Feature That Will Allow Users To Group Images Using Hashtags
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

Excerpted from the article:   “Millions of photos and videos are shared on social networks every day, making it difficult to find the ones that matter amidst the noise.   Pixable pulls that fire hose of images and videos from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, YouTube, and Vimeo, aggregates them in one place, and then gives users a number of sleek categorization, sorting, and editing tools to help them find the most relevant content.   As our lives become increasingly saturated by photo and video sharing, people yearn for better ways to filter the noise — not just on a single platform, but from all of the sources of photo and video content we use daily.   In this way, the team hopes that its categorization and filtering features can increase the stickiness of its user experience. To do that, and press past being a “priority inbox” for photos on social platforms, Pixable is today launching a feature that will allow users to group images on its platform using hashtags — a la Twitter.   Users can tag their own (and their friends’) photos with terms like #awesomeness, #graduation, #ripcrunch, etc. The goal is to take photo-tagging beyond its focus on people, and extend that group categorization to the rest of the nouns, i.e. places and things, to improve discovery and recommendations of photo content.”   [read full article http://j.mp/AjDTBl]
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