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Here's how two of my lists appear in TweetDeck.
Here’s how two of my lists appear in TweetDeck.

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  1. Go to your Lists page via the gear icon menu in the top right nav bar or by visiting your profile page and clicking on Lists.
  2. Click on Create List.
  3. Type the name of your list and add a short description. Choose whether you want the list to be private (accessible only by you) or public (anyone can subscribe to it).
  4. Click Save List. You’re done!

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Adding someone to a list via TweetDeck.

Some of my clients use private Twitter lists to “follow” competitors without actually following them on Twitter. Each day they can check on their competitors’ tweets just by viewing their lists. You can also use a Twitter list as the basis for publishing a “newspaper” via Paper.li, which I will cover in a future post.

What’s your favourite way to use Twitter lists?

If you want to learn more stuff like this, and you’re in the Toronto area,
check out the Toronto Twitter Workshop on October 21, 2016.

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Writer, speaker, podcaster, communications and social media consultant, workshop leader and part-time university instructor. As a consultant, I emphasize the importance of storytelling and relationship-building, and enjoy helping people understand how today’s technology, combined with tried-and-true tactics, can help them communicate better with employees, customers and prospects.

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  1. Another helpful post! I have a list that includes fellow independents, and sources that tweet about things relevant to indies. I often find content to retweet myself, and that goes into a weekly Paper.li publication.

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