Cross-posted on Cliotech
Image via CrunchBaseAs one who always struggles to manage a substantial digital persona with as little fuss as possible, Fuser is an absolute must. Like other social productivity applications, such as Ping.fm and AtomKeep, Fuser is now part of my online networking arsenal.
Fuser is a service that manages your social networking accounts (MySpace and Facebook), multiple e-mail accounts, and your Twitter feed. And, it does all of this in an easy-to-navigate integrated inbox interface.
If you want to learn how to set up and manage your Fuser account, click here to view the screencast tutorials. When you create your Fuser account an integrated pop-up tour walks you through the features and orients you to the interface.
I integrated my Gmail account and all my Gmail tags/folders came over as well. I can create new folders from within Fuser and see them in my main Gmail page. When I delete an e-mail in Fuser, it’s deleted in Gmail. I can send messages from Fuser, though, there is a serious drawback; my Gmail signature is not included when I send from Fuser. That might be something for Fuser to consider as a possible upgrade.
Of course, I can Tweet from Fuser and can track my full Twitter feed.
From my perspective, this is a really terrific application. I have been using it for two days and I can honestly say that is has saved time. Now, if only they could integrate an RSS aggregator and Plurk . . .