New Start-Up Subjot Filters Comments By Subject

New Start-Up Subjot Filters Comments By Subject
technology

The site is similar to Twitter but you can choose which subjects you want to read about.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 september 2011

The NYC-based start-up Subjot has recently launched to the public, bringing an alternative to Twitter for those who want to filter out all of the irrelevant comments they’re not interested in. Created by husband-and-wife team Chris and Becky Carella, the site lets users label their comments or ‘Jots’ under a certain subject. Then, they can select a subject next to someone’s name to only see Jots labeled as that subject. Once you’ve signed up, you can connect with Facebook and Twitter to view a list of friends already on Subjot and the subjects they Jot about the most. The site is useful for connecting with people you’re interested in and viewing only the subjects that you want to hear about.

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