Veröffentlicht am 9.11.2013, 22:37 Uhr
I started to group my „twitter users I follow“ (Why is there no better word?) in (public and private) thematic lists to be able to follow them seperately. List management in Twitter’s web and mobile apps lacks a lot of features, so I went to trusted Google to find what is out there. Here are my 3 recommentations:
- http://twitlistmanager.com – Super easy list of users I follow and checkboxes for all lists I have. Saved in batches.
- http://icotile.ogaoga.org – Drag and drop with the twitter avatar makes it easy to spot people that don’t belong in a list. Saves every change indicidually.
- http://tweetbe.at – Theoretically more powerful than the other two because of automation options, practically a bit broken though :( I still include it here, because it is what I actually want to have.
With these tools I was able to move some people around and dramatically clean up my lists.
Now to find (or create) a Twitter client that is made for lists and this style of reading. (On Windows, I recommend Tweetdeck.)
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