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X (Twitter) Feeds User Guide

Search tweets by keywords, Twitter user feeds
David Logan
Updated 1 month ago

  1. About Twitter Feeds
  2. Basic settings
  3. Advanced settings
  4. Generating the feed

About X (Twitter) Feeds

Twitter Feeds

Twitter Feeds allows you to generate self-updating content feeds with original tweets related to a specific keyword or from a specific Twitter user.

To use Twitter Feeds generator you need to sign up for any of the RSS Ground membership plans. Depending on your membership level you will have different access to the tool's options:

  • Free Basic users will be able to use only keywords to generate self-updating Twitter feeds.
  • Plus users will be able to generate Twitter feeds using keywords and Twitter user names. But they won't be able to use advanced content filters.
  • Premium and Business users will be able to use the Twitter Feeds generator to the fullest with no limits.
Twitter feeds are private content feeds. The number of active private feeds is limited by your RSS Ground membership plan.

Example of a Twitter feed:

Each Twitter feed will contain up to 100 unique tweets.

Note: only tweets that are not older than 7 days will be shown in Twitter feeds.

A tweet will include text and media (image or video) if available.

Note: only native media added manually can be shown with tweets. Media pulled by Twitter through links will not be visible.

If you already have an RSS Ground account, you need to go to FEEDS - Generate private feeds, and click on Twitter Feeds icon:

Learn more about getting started with content discovery in RSS Ground

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Basic settings

You can generate self-updating Twitter feeds with tweets related to a specific keyword or related to a specific Twitter user.

In Basic settings, first choose your searching option: by keywords or by Twitter users.

You can specify up to 10 keywords or Twitter users at a time. A separate feed will be generated for each.

Twitter has its advanced search syntax and supports several search operators that will help to enhance your keyword search. For more information, please read the Twitter keyword search guide.

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Advanced settings

Advanced settings are optional but can be used to achieve higher quality search results. These options are available only for Premium and Business users.

Filter by keywords - only search for tweets that mention at least one of the specified keywords.

Filter by negative keywords - ignore tweets that mention at least one of the specified keywords.

Show only tweets which contain image or video - show only tweets with attached image or video.

Note: only native media added manually can be shown with tweets. Media pulled by Twitter through links will not be visible.

Don't show retweets - filter out all retweets from search results

Don't show replies - filter out all replies from search results

Language - restrict tweets to the selected language.

Sort tweets - use this option to search only the most popular or most recent tweets. Mixed - will show all tweets.

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Generating Twitter feeds

You can use the Preview option to make sure your feed displays relevant to your search content. Use different keywords or filters before you get the most quality result.

After you are done with settings and filters, press the GENERATE button.

You have several options:

  • Save to Feeds Box - simply save Twitter feeds to the Feeds Box to use them later.
  • Add to Feeds Reader - add Twitter feeds to your Feeds Reader to start following the latest updates or for further research.
  • Add to a Posting Campaign - add Twitter feeds to an existing posting campaign or create a new campaign to start sharing content from Twitter feeds to your blogs and social media.
  • Add to a Content Widget - add your feeds to an existing content widget or create a new content widget to add a content block with Twitter feeds to your website or blog.

Note: whatever option you choose, your new Twitter feeds will be automatically saved to your Feeds Box.

We will generate a separate Twitter feed for each specified keyword or user name.

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