How to organize your twitter list with formulists
As your followers grow, your timeline might be more crowded, and ultimately, make reading tweets more challenging.
Assuming you don’t have the time to list your Twitter followers as you have a hectic schedule and barely have enough time to tweet (moreover you have maybe a couple of hundred to a few thousand followers), then I recommend that you look at formulists.com– a tool that makes this process a lot easier and allow you to concentrate on the most important aspect of Twitter, building relationships.
With Formulists, you can instantly and automatically generate a variety of lists such as:
- A list of people who retweeted you
- list of people who you’ve recently engage with
- track people who have just followed you
- list of people who retweets you often
- clone and copy other existing list
The best part of this is it automatically updates the list. Therefore you don’t have to do anything to recognize and include the followers who should be newly included in your lists. You can respond to your followers as usual and they will be automatically listed under “people who you’ve recently engage with.” Therefore when you have time, you can drop by the list and look at the people who have taken the time to engage with you and comment on their tweet back. This makes building relationships easier and more efficient, as you are less likely to miss on the people who want to get to know you and have taken the trouble to engage you in a conversation.
Recently formulists have updated and added more features. Soon, you’ll be able to track other Twitter users’ followers which are most active and who are their top retweeters. This helps you gain more information and follow quality followers.
Once you have selected the type of lists that you want to create, formulists will do the work for you. Best part about it is you can load the lists to your tweetdeck, hootsuite or cotweet browser. Oh, and did I mention that it’s FREE?
Have you tried it yet? Let us know what do you think about it.