09:31:51 pm on November 16, 2009 | # |
Earlier this year, we announced support for tr.im. Unlike other twitter services & apps, we used to shorten URLs only if your tweet exceeded 140 characters. This was done automatically until we introduced a manual “shorten links” button. Few months ago, we added support for tr.im stats which would show beautiful graphs based on the details of who visited your URLs & how.
When tr.im made the announcement of shutdown, we were quite disappointed and we switched to is.gd which had been our backup URL shortening since the very beginning. Later announcements of tr.im’s revival did make us happy but the stats system still hasn’t come back. So we’ve decided to move on to j.mp (an alias of bit.ly).
All URLs will now be shortened by j.mp only. We will soon be adding URL statistics. Follow @Filttr for more updates!