#AskJelly

Add #askjelly to a Tweet and get your answer on Twitter.

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Biz Stone
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Ask anything on Twitter with #AskJelly and get answered by the Askjelly.com search engine via @askjelly. No need to do anything else.
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Palak Zatakia23. Building something cool.
@biz Love the simplicity of asking something. Beautifully done! :)
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Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt
Everyone's talking about Facebook and iMessage "bots" but there are actually quite a few Twitter bots. slashgif is one of my favorites. More in my collection.
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@rrhoover Ironically, bots were an unintended feature on Twitter. Been around for years. But, they are the going to be the last platform to launch an official bot platform.
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Sergio FloresSoftware Developer
@sarthakgh @rrhoover Actually, colorizebot in reddit is pretty awesome: https://goo.gl/cXjMyy
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Nishant GuptaMarketing
@byoigres @sarthakgh @rrhoover I never knew that reddit can use bots. Colorizebot is really cool
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Amrith ShanbhagCommunity at Opal πŸ’Ž Board of Gen-Z 🐝
This is fun. I tweeted out a question to #askjelly and I got a mail saying I can probably answer that question myself :P http://imgur.com/a/IkCT2
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Sarim HaqAI Whisperer
Ben Finkel
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Cofounder & CTO at Jelly
@ambonium Questions from Twitter come into the system anonymously right now, so we don't you you're you. That is a feature we still need to add. :)
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Amrith ShanbhagCommunity at Opal πŸ’Ž Board of Gen-Z 🐝
@finkel it's not a problem,πŸ˜„ I knew the answer to the question.. Wanted to know what others think. But I honestly love how simple it is. Thanks for making it πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
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Abe StoreyEntrepreneur & Growth Marketer
I like this, a lot. #invisibleapps
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Anthony StylianouSocial Media Manager, CatchApp
Nice! Looking forward to trying this out later today. Out of curiosity do you know what the average waiting time is for @askjelly to respond to a tweet?
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Ben Finkel
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Cofounder & CTO at Jelly
@anthony_stylianou @askjelly It's usually 15-20 minutes, but it depends a lot on the hardness of the question (and the current question rate).
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