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You may know a lot of people on Twitter, but some of them are more socially connected with you, while others are not. Have you ever thought of actually organizing your Twitter list more professionally, just like a vCard? Thanks to Peepnote, users can now organize Twitter followers in a better way.

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Peepnote allows users to connect to his or her Twitter account, add people to a peeps list in his Peepnote account and add details to the contacts. You can add tags, contact numbers, birthdays, email addresses and other information, just as you might do with a mobile contact. Not only that, but you can even export these contacts in a .vcf format, with all the details embedded inside it.

Peepnote offers paid plans, starting from $35 which offers users many useful features. Users can add up to 10,000 people to his peeps list, add 500 notes and more.


  • Free and premium plans available.
  • Allows users to add details to their contacts.
  • Ability to export contacts.
  • Filter your friends list.
  • Keep track of people you unfollowed.

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  1. April Atkins
    January 17, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    The service is also used as an organizational tool as you can add tags to any user, then filter your Twitter connections by the tags which is similar to lists within Twitter but is searchable from within the system not only of tags but of notes, so keeping users in line is made easier.
    “Who was that guy I met at the mixer last spring? He said he may want to talk to me this year and all I remember is that I took a note that he is a plumber.” Search your notes and tags for plumber and boom, you found him. “Why am I not following her anymore?” Pull her profile up two years later and boom see your note that she was the lady who continued to copy and paste your professional blog content into hers as her own. “Where did I meet this person?” Pull their profile up to see that you met at a conference four years ago while drunk and haven’t talked to them since and maybe there is now a reason to connect or disconnect.