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Written by:SuperUser Account
8/30/2010 9:11 AM RssIcon

By Jason Kincaid

Formspring, the Q&A service that lets users invite their friends to “ask them anything”, has had a wild year: since officially launching last November, the service has skyrocketed to over 16 million registered members, 40 million monthly uniques, and it’s now closing in on one billion questions answered.  Because the company is still quite small and has had to deal with actually scaling the site, Formspring’s feature set has been pretty spare until recently. Now the company has a few key new features in the pipeline.

The biggest upcoming feature, which will be launching in the next few weeks, is called ‘Connections’. Before now Formspring has had a very limited social graph — you could ‘follow’ other users, but you couldn’t see who was following you (nor could you see who was following anyone else for that matter). Visiting someone’s formspring profile has been largely a dead end, and there hasn’t been a convenient way to find interesting new people to start following. Connections should help change that.

The system won’t use the traditional ‘follow’ model seen on services like Twitter. Instead, you’ll automatically establish a connection with a user whenever you answer one of their questions or they answer one of yours (there’s more to it then this, as the system will also use weighting to show your strongest connections). Of course, many of the site’s questions are asked anonymously, and no connection will be created if you ask or answer an anonymous question.

Read more here.

Featured Microsoft Partners

 

Rose Business Solutions 
Office Location:  San Diego, California, United States
Type:  Reseller,Training Firm,VAR
Industry Focus:  ERP, CRM, Manufacturing, Professional Services, Not For Profit, Distribution, Hosting, Retail


Rose Business Solutions is the leading business solutions provider for emerging middle market companies with $1 million to $500 million in annual revenues. Our solutions extend from the back to the front office and include the leading Microsoft-based Enterprise Resource Planning/Accounting (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Professional Services Automation (PSA) applications. During the last 20 years, the company has assisted over 400 companies with over 4000 end users in multiple industries and multiple countries and has grown to be one of the nations largest Microsoft value added reseller for business solutions.

 

 

AbleBridge 
Office Location:  Westborough, Massachusetts, United States
Type:  ISV,VAR
Industry Focus:  Insurance, Manufacturing, Professional Services, Wealth Management, Life Sciences


AbleBridge is 100% focused on Microsoft Dynamics CRM & our project approach is tailored after a decade of experience & hundreds of CRM implementations.

 

 

Metafile Information Systems 
Office Location:  Rochester, Minnesota, United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus:  Retail, Manufacturing, Distribution, Government


MetaViewer® Paperless ERP for Dynamics® Go beyond the electronic file cabinet to an integrated paperless ERP solution from MetaViewer®. Today’s business environment has heightened the need for cost-cutting efficiencies and executive visibility into all your financial processes. It has also brought heightened focus to the Accounts Payable function. The root of most of AP's challenges can be traced back to its dependence on paper and the resulting lack of automation and accurate analytics.

 

 

Quantum Whisper 
Office Location:  Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Type:  ISV,Systems Integrator
Industry Focus:  Software development and fellow ISVs using Dynamics CRM and Microsoft TFS.


Quantum Whisper is a boutique software company delivering integration solutions for Dynamics CRM. Our flagship product, TFS Support Manager, integrates CRM cases and Team Foundation Sever (TFS).

 

 

Insite Software 
Office Location:  Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus:  Enterprise eCommerce platform for .NET developers


Insite Software is a leading provider of B2B and B2C ecommerce platforms, serving more than 700 customers, design agencies and .NET development firms across the globe.

 

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