When the 2014 Olympic Games kickoff in Sochi on February 6, it will mark a number of "firsts" for Winter Olympics: the first Women's Ski Jump event, the first time American viewers will have 1000+ hours of live event coverage and the first Olympic Games for SEEiT.  

SEEiT launched a few months ago with a singular focus: to turn social conversations into consumption of content, By partnering with Twitter and NBCUniversal, SEEiT enables tweets about TV to include a special SEEiT button that appears alongside the 140 character message. 

During the Sochi Olympics, SEEiT will enable Twitter users to: 

  • Watch on TV: Tune into NBC’s primetime broadcast each evening or catch-up on highlights and replays on Xfinity On Demand.

  • Play on Device: Directly connect to live event coverage on the NBC Sports Live Extra appon iOS or Android mobile device, or through a web browser via NBCOlympics.com

  • Record: Set a DVR recording remotely. 

 Here's how to take advantage of SEEiT during the Olympics: 

  • Know your Xfinity ID and password: Watch Ryan Seacrest explain how easy it is get access to live Olympics content on your mobile devices.

  • Get the mobile app:  NBC Sports Live Extra app available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play.

  • Who to Follow: Be sure to follow @xfinity_tv and @nbcolympics on Twitter to discover the best moments of the Games that you won't want to miss. 

Excited about something you saw during the Olympics or an upcoming event? Copy http://see.it/nbcolympics and include it in your tweet to allow your followers to use SEEiT.