Pull content from Twitter accounts, hashtags, Lists, and searches directly into your Feedly feeds
Twitter is full of insightful news and trends. But integrating those insights into your research flow can be overwhelming and time-consuming. We hear from users all the time that you want to be able to bring parts of Twitter into your Feedly feeds for researching and monitoring trends.
Today, we’re excited to share the new Twitter Integration for Feedly!
You can follow Twitter accounts, hashtags, Lists, and searches. Even more exciting, Feedly can pull content from linked articles directly into your feeds. And Leo, your AI research assistant, can cut through the noise and prioritize or mute certain topics to make sure you only see tweets with essential information for your research.
Follow Twitter accounts in Feedly
Search for any Twitter handle in the ‘Twitter feeds’ tab, just like you would with any other source on Feedly.
When you search for an account, you’ll see two options: ‘Tweets’ and ‘Tweets with Links’.
Follow ‘Tweets’ to see all tweets from an account.
Follow ‘Tweets with Links’ to follow only tweets from this account that link out to articles, videos, pictures, or any other type of external content. This lets you skip any tweets without external content.
Choosing ‘Tweets with Links’ is great because:
- If possible, we’ll extract the content of linked articles and make the content appear inline, just like any other article in your feeds.
- You can create a Leo priority on both the tweet and the content of the article when it’s extracted. We’ll tell you more about Leo priorities in a second.