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How to Create RSS Feeds for Twitter - Video Tutorial

How to Create RSS Feeds for Twitter - Video Tutorial
The step-by-step guide explains how you can easily create Twitter RSS feeds for the new Twitter API with the help of Twitter widgets and a Google Script. Twitter does not offer RSS Feeds so here is a simple workaround that you can use to generate RSS feeds for your various Twitter streams including Twitter search results, user timelines, favorites, lists and even the new Twitter collections. RSS feeds are essential if you need to use your Twitter data elsewhere. For instance, you need RSS feeds to create recipes in IFTTT that get triggered when there’s a new @mention or a new tweet is added to search results. You can import your Twitter timeline automatically into your blog through RSS feeds. You can follow Twitter accounts in an RSS reader like Feedly or even Google Docs. There are two way to create RSS feeds for Twitter. The trick is simple. On the Twitter website, go to Settings -> Widgets (link) and create a new widget. Related tutorial: Archive Tweets to Google Sheets

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