#AskJelly

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

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Biz StoneMaker@biz · Co-founder and CEO
Ask anything on Twitter with #AskJelly and get answered by the Askjelly.com search engine via @askjelly. No need to do anything else.
Palak Zatakia@palakzatakia · 22. Building something cool.
@biz Love the simplicity of asking something. Beautifully done! :)
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, 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.
Sar Haribhakti@sarthakgh · Learning
@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.
Sergio Flores@byoigres · Software Developer
@sarthakgh @rrhoover Actually, colorizebot in reddit is pretty awesome: https://goo.gl/cXjMyy
Nishant Gupta@nishant_k_gupta · inbound marketing
@byoigres @sarthakgh @rrhoover I never knew that reddit can use bots. Colorizebot is really cool
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
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
Sarim Haq@sarim_haq · AI Whisperer
Ben FinkelMaker@finkel · 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. :)
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
@finkel it's not a problem,😄 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 🙌🙌
Abe Storey@abe_storey · Entrepreneur & Growth Marketer
I like this, a lot. #invisibleapps
Anthony Stylianou@anthony_stylianou · Social 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?
Ben FinkelMaker@finkel · 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).