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See the conversation from the December 12th #SAPChat featuring experts from the social software industry!

We covered social software market trends, and how social software helps enable companies to run more efficiently by increasing employee productivity. We also discussed SAP’s social software strategy, how SAP Jam helps deliver on the social strategy, and what our participants wanted to cover with our panel of experts. The #SAPChat was hosted by @SAPSocial.

Our panel included:

See the conversation here.


An #SAPChat is an SAP-organized online conversation, held at a pre-arranged time, between a group of Twitter users, using a specific Twitter hashtag (#SAPChat) to identify the discussion.

How Do I Participate?


On the day of the event, log-in into tweetchat.com and enter #SAPChat into the search bar. We like using tweetchat.com because it will automatically add the hashtag to your tweets as you participate in the chat. Alternatively, you can use your favorite Twitter client (i.e. Tweet Grid, TweetDeck, TweetBot or TwitterSearch) to follow the chat hashtag.  During the event, you can follow the discussion, contribute questions, and submit your own comments by using the same hashtag.

Here’s an overview of a previous #SAPChat that was held in July: http://blogs.sap.com/cloud/2012/07/17/join-us-for-a-cloud-sapchat/

We hope to see you there, come and join the conversation! #SAPChat

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  1. Tridip Chakraborthy

    Hey Keith

    this was a great chat today with awesome content from the panelists

    Is there someway you can publish the tweetdoc or tweetchat summary so that we can retain the content in archive in some way

    Cheers

    Tridip

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      1. Tridip Chakraborthy

        Hi Tammy Tammy Powlas

        thanks for this, I learnt about tweetdoc from you and use it significantly

        somehow, I noticed that TweetDoc doesnt capture all the tweets, basically the original tweets, is there a creative way of doing this, or does the tool behave that way itself

        Do let me know, this has been the case with all my tweetdocs

        I generally use the Hashtag with a 500 count ascending and private mode

        Cheers

        Tridip

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        1. Tammy Powlas

          Tridip – feel free to go to tweetdoc.org and put in the parameters – perhaps you will get better results?  Also Natascha Thompson had a nice blog about free twitter tools, I recommend checking that.  I will try to find it and reply back.

          Tammy

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          1. Tridip Chakraborthy

            Yes Tammy, I followed the same steps that you have told, however, I dont get the similar output like yours.

            Why did you remove the hashtag and just use SAPChat instead of #SAPChat, is there a catch?

            Do let me know

            Cheers

            Tridip

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      2. Tridip Chakraborthy

        further Tammy, thats the reason, the SAP Procurement Solution marketing team and we use the Sprinklr instead, but its a corporate account

        However, though tweetdoc is limited with these issues, it still is the best archive tool available

        would you agree, or they are better tools for free on the web

        Do let me know

        thanks again Tammy

        Cheers

        Tridip

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          1. Tridip Chakraborthy

            Hi Tammy,

            I had requested Natascha to put out some blogs like these and I followed all her suggested tools, for the Archival, the TweetDoc is the best, but just that some original tweets get lost, thats the reason I asked that question to you about why you used SAPChat instead of #SAPChat any catch?

            I will probably take this offline with you, instead of bugging you on this thread

            cheers

            tridip

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