[ — Disclaimer — this is just a simple extension for habitual users of TweetDeck. It’s not polished or fancy, and I don’t plan on investing much if any time on it moving forward (unless users reach out to me). My my current focus is on more my more recent extensions: Kiwi Conversations and Broccoli for ToS;DR. ]
WalkBack for TweetDeck is a free extension available in the Chrome App Store. Its sole purpose is to allow for faster consumption of tweets from TweetDeck columns. Users can scroll six columns of Tweetdeck simultaneously – giving an entirely new page of content at the press of a button.
I have found it very useful when I first log on for the day, as it allows me to walk back in time and get a recap of what people were saying (thus the name, WalkBack). Its privileges are limited to TweetDeck.
You can find the free extension at this link.
For those who have not started using TweetDeck, all it takes is a Twitter account: web.tweetdeck.com
For fans of technology or internet policy, I suggest these public lists as potential columns:
From the Download page:
This free extension allows for quicker consumption of tweets. ** Super minimalist interface -- no visual alterations to TweetDeck just new hotkeys ** WalkBack let's TweetDeck users scroll many columns simultaneously by pressing hotkeys. Scrolls will be one page length, so a "pageUp" or "pageDown" - revealing all new content. This makes for a super quick way to consume a lot of information! Pressing 'i' will "pageDown" the first six columns to reflect new content. Pressing 'u' will "pageUp" the columns. Pressing 'o' returns columns to top. Pressing 'y' returns columns to previous position The window must be in focus for key bindings to work.