‘Tweet This’ Now Available

Published in: Site NewsPosted by Travis on 11/02/10

In case you hadn’t noticed, we’ve been slowing adding a few new features to Snipplr. Now on the bottom of each snippet you’ll see a little ‘Tweet’ icon. Simply click to tell the Twitter world about your snippet.

Tweet this area.

Also, you may have noticed that we’ve been running a few featured items from our sister site CodeCanyon. If anything catches your eye, be sure to head over to CodeCanyon to check out the details!

We’re going to be slowing adding features and improving the service over the next little while. While I can’t give you a firm date yet, it looks like we may be in for our redesign in the upcoming year. Huzzah!

Stay tuned for more details =)


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Posted By: Valentina on February 14th, 2011

Hello, I just wanted to let you notice an error in the “Extras” page. The link to “View the screencast” for the Firefox and Safari bookmarklets is broken. Actually, it is “http://snipplr.com/images/bookmarklet.mov%27”. Maybe you want to fix this.

Thank you for this service!

Posted By: Travis on February 14th, 2011

Thanks! I’ll send a note through 🙂

Posted By: trusktr on February 21st, 2011

Hey, make “collections” feature that allows you to group and view snippets together by creating collections.

For example, a collection might be all the snippets associated with a project. Tags are cool, but are not the same thing. Tags can be great for viewing many snippets that aren’t all in the same collection. For example, if you have 3 collections that contain php snips, and they’re all tagged with php, then you’ll see the snips from all those three collections.

Collections would make it easy to find certain snippets.

Posted By: Kars on July 2nd, 2011

Hey, is it just me or is adding snippets to favourite broken? When I click the FAV link, nothing happens. Other javascript on this site, like adding preferred languages in the settings seems broken to me.

Posted By: USER on July 5th, 2011


Posted By: lonie12 on October 12th, 2011

yes agree

Posted By: thoaionline on November 23rd, 2011

@Kars: JS Bugs are now solved. You may need to clear your local cache if they persist.

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