Users can search conversations from most popular social networks. Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Disqus, YouTube, StackExchange and so on are on that list. You can have emails sent to you based on your searches, something very similar to Google Alerts.
The big picture is being able to search comments and conversations from all across the web, from a variety of networks. No other product has brought these two elements of the web together.
William Mougayar, the CEO and Founder of Engagio had this to say about the news:
This rounds-up our evolution from a starting point of helping users to manage their own social interactions (Inbox), to following their friends’ interactions (Dashboard), and now to searching and discovering “any” conversations by topic, keyword or person.
Engagio also updated it's user interface with a new logo (shown above), with the "e" similar to the @ (at) symbol. A new HTML5 based web application has been launched for both Android and iOS devices. It features items that you see on the desktop version of Engagio. Such items are the inbox, contacts, and more. Of course, the dashboard is here too.
Search results are social as well. Engagio displays both people and websites behind search results.