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Do You Even List?

Auto updating Twitter list of people you interact with most

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Twisti

Give your Twitter feed superpowers

Twisti is a super customizable twitter feed that allows you to filter tweets based on no. of RTs/Faves, whether it comes from a verified user, location, and if it mentions a url.

It's your twitter feed on steroids 🚀

Samarth Jajoo
Twisti allows you to filter tweets by mention of words, links, location, no. Of likes/retweets and more. Check it out :)
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Blindfold

Make your life on Twitter more positive

Turn off retweets from your followers. All at once.

Not seeing retweets in your feed can help your mind stay free of all the negativity that they usually amplify.

As it would normally be a laborious task (due to Twitter's convoluted UX), I built Blindfold to turn off retweets for you. Oh, and you can always revert back.

Lifehacker
In its April issue, a writer at The Atlantic makes the argument that "retweets are trash." Whereas once if you wanted to repeat something someone else had said on the platform you would have had to create a whole new tweet and add a "RT" in front of it, the addition of the retweet button has made it so people will often share the thoughts of others without f… See more
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Twitter Lists Redux is a Chrome extension to help you make more effective use of Twitter using Lists.

Normally, Twitter Lists are hidden and awkward to use, but Lists Redux brings them out front so you can access them from your sidebar and add people to lists from their hover card.

Tomi- 🔧🚀✨
Must have if you enjoy using Twitter but find lists too awkward to use!
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