SumAll + TwentyFeet

We couldn’t be more happy to announce our acquisition of TwentyFeet and welcome you into the SumAll family. With this acquisition, we’re now offering a stronger tool capable of providing you with analytics to over 30 services including Twitter, Facebook, Google Analytics, and Instagram with more added every week.

To make this transition as smooth as possible, TwentyFeet users will still have access to your TwentyFeet account and will be able to login using your original username and password. As soon as the transition process is complete, we will notify you when your account is ready to be migrated to SumAll.

For those of you who are paying customers, rest assured your payments will be honored and credited towards your future.

We’re excited to have you, welcome to SumAll.

Team SumAll


23 thoughts on “SumAll + TwentyFeet

    • No new features will be added from TwentyFeet’s end although we did upgrade our Twitter integration to include a ton of new metrics to accompany the acquisition!

      • Thanks for the clarification Mark. I hope you don’t mind me going a
        little off-topic here, but I’d find it useful if your blog posts
        included the posting date – that doesn’t seem to be visible.

    • Hi Nancy,

      Thanks for writing in and sorry for the unwanted tweet. The easiest way for you to stop the reports is to sign into Twitter→ go to settings→Apps→ Find TwentyFeet and then revoke access. This should do the trick!

      Please let me know if you have any other questions.

    • Hey Cesar,

      TwentyFeet is down right but we’re working on getting it back up within the next few days. You can always create a new SumAll account to see all your Twitter data.

  • i can’t sign in with my Tweentyfeet account.. ” Password must be at least 7 characters”

    • Hi Andrea,

      The TwentyFeet site is currently down but will be up within the next couple of days. If you don’t want to wait, you can create a new account with SumAll and connect your Twitter account to see all your stats.

  • So, is it not possible to keep generating the “my week on Twitter” tweets? Mine eventually stopped working for some reason (@besweeet).

    • Hey Besweet,

      We’re currently in the process of migrating all 20FT accounts into our system. When your account is migrated, you will get an e-mail from SumAll asking you to reset your password. You can also set up an account with SumAll yourself by going to sumall.com. Once you do that you can opt in to get you “My Week on Twitter” stats.

      Let me know if you have any other questions!

  • Dear SumAll team.

    the twentyfeed webiste is no longer available in Germany. How can I log on to my former profile? Any advice?
    Thank you for your help…

    Best regards,

    Nadine

  • Dear Mark, I have a paid account on TwentyFeet and now I’m completely lost on how to access my account on SumAll as it refuses my id and password from TwentyFeet and told me to register a new one instead. I manage a company’s official Twitter account and need serious help here. Thanks.

    • Hey Melissa,

      Sorry for the bad experience with TwentyFeet. Unfortunately, after closing down the TwentyFeet site on Novemeber 1st, we can no longer access the database or issue refunds. With that being said, SumAll is a free tool, and when we do turn on pricing in a few months we will be happy to offer you an indefinite free account with us. You can sign up here: https://sumall.com/20ft

      Let us know if there is anything we can do for you.

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