Privacy Settings Public Anyone can join Private Anyone can join this meetup but the request will come to you for approval Restricted The meetup won’t be visible to users. System will generate one Meetup ID. You can share the ID with your friends via Email, SMS. Users having the ID can join the meetup.
Chang – Meetup got created … This link I can share with my friends. Hmm … Shally might be interested …
Chang Shally is following me @ Twitter So She will automatically get this information that I have created a meetup. If she is interested, she will join … so no need to share the meetup link with Shally …
Shally Chang’s tweet: I have created a meetup @ www.twitmit.com . To know more click here http://bit.ly/98uy6 Interesting Tweet. Lets try Twitmit …
Shally – My Home page Lets check out the Public Timeline. Chang’s Meetup should be there in Public Timeline.
Shally – Cool. Here it is. Lets go inside … Meetup created by Chang
Shally – Am I free on June 24th? I think I am. Lets join this meetup Join This Meetup
Shally – Well the Meetup is Private. So now its waiting for Chang’s approval … Waiting for Chang’s Approval
Chang Shally’s Direct message @ Twitter: I want to join “1 day trip to Miami beach ... “ Cool. I will approve the request.
Chang – captured 5 photos during meetup Lets store all photos (21 + 5 = 26) @ Twitmit After Meetup Shally – captured 21 photos during meetup Meetup Moments
Chang + Shally – Great it supports both Flickr and Picasa Chang – I will import photos from flickr Shally – I will import photos from Picasa
Chang – The meetup is there in my meetupdiary Chang : Shally , you know what – As we have a meetup in common, we became “ Meetup Buddy ” Meetupdiary Shally – Its there in my meetupdiary too … Meetupdiary View …
Chang + Shally – We can embed our Twitmit badge into other sites …
Chang : Shally, it would have been great If we could capture this meetup @ twitmit … Shally and Chang hanging out @ Café day on a fine Sunday morning … Shally : Its possible … I have registered my Email @ Twitmit. And I can access GMAIL using my iPhone. Lets capture it …
Shally : To create a meetup, we just need to send an email to [email_address] . Subject: create Body: meetup description : date : location : Privacy Hangout : June 20 : Café Day, SFO : 2 Privacy: 0 – Public || 1 – Private || 2 - Restricted
Shally : Once the Meetup got created, Twitmit will send us one Meetup ID. Chang : What’s the use of that ID? <ul><li>Shally : Using the ID </li></ul><ul><li>You can join Meetup </li></ul><ul><li>We can add comments </li></ul><ul><li>We can capture expenses </li></ul><ul><li>Upload photos </li></ul>We can do everything by accessing GMAIL from my iPhone …
Shally : To join a meetup, we just need to send an email to [email_address] . Subject: j : <Meetup ID> Body: Not required
Shally : To add comment, send an email to [email_address] . Subject: c : <Meetup ID> Body: your comment
Shally : To add new expense, send an email to [email_address] . Subject: e : <Meetup ID> Body: <expense> : <description>
Shally : To add meetup photos, send an email to [email_address] . Subject: e : <Meetup ID> Body: Not required Attachments : You can attach multiple photos
Thank You Chang : That’s cool. No need to sit in front of the computer to capture the Meetup … Shally : Yes you are right … that’s why I love Twitmit …
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