Here I leave some quick tips that might help you increase your experience with Splitweet. We don't have a manual detailing every aspect of the application (who would read it!) but a quick post has the same effect, here it goes:
Hide your twitter accounts
If you click on the "What are you doing" header you'll hide your accounts selectors, so you have more space for reading. It will remain closed until you click on a button that involves writing or you click the header again.
Change the preferences by default
You can set some preferences in the "profile" link that you might find useful. E.g: Opening links in new tabs, show Twitter user/full names... have a look. What there is by default it might not be the best choice for your needs.
Read only interesting Tweets
Show to yourself only what you CAN read. Hide your corporative accounts and add their names in the brands' mentions: you'll stay tuned on what's going on without having to read all the updates these accounts are generating... You can always re-add a hidden account by clicking on the link and read from time to time these accounts.
In my case: Despite I have several accounts I only read 3 of them on a daily basis, it is impossible to me to read all the people I follow through splitweet or other big accounts, but I am well aware of what happens through the brands' mentions. Here's a sample:
You don't need a desktop client
Ok, maybe yo do :P but by using Splitweet your Twitter Quota is never reached, because we do the request for you and we don't have any limit (but you do from your machine). Splitweet will look for new tweets and warn you in each account every 90 seconds, and that costs you nothing. Using TwitterFox for instance you can receive updates every 3 minutes the sooner. I have Splitweet opened in a tab all day long, and it really works for me :)
Splitweet has memory
Caution, Splitweet remembers your selected accounts. Do not tweet on the wrong account!
If you have used Splitweet for a while, sure you can help other users by sharing your experienece through the comments!