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When twitter announced they where going to add the ability to create and show list with other users, I was all for it. I use tweetdeck and had been using TD’s group features for awhile. Tweetdeck even has the option to convert the TD group to twitter groups. Then I started thinking which is better tweetdeck groups or twitter list. So here’s my pro’s and con list for each:
- When items are marked as read, it also marks them as read in the All Friends column
- Must follow user to add to group
- Works with desktop client and IPhone app
- Can’t share with other users
- Can’t add users from twitter site.
- Subscribe to others list
- Twitter tracks how many lists you are on
- very nice interface on twitter.com
- Doesn’t update All Friends list when reading items
- Don’t have to follow user to add to list (effects follower count)
- Should personalize lists for a new user based on interests
- Make list collaborative
2 thoughts on “Twitter list – good or bad”
I like tweeter, as a newbie, i tend to follow random people but recently i learnt that people use it to spam too.
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