Twitter Tip

Ok, so I’ve had a semi-major breakthrough. Now I must share it with people who may not have thought of it yet. (After all — it only took me 2 years!)

You know how when you’re in your notifications on Twitter, and you click on one of the heads to take you to the person who retweeted you? You retweet them, but then you go back to your notifications, and you’re back at the top again — not at the place where you left off. This is really annoying when you have a lot of notifications.

And yet — I tried something different today. I kept the notifications open in one tab, then opened Twitter in another tab, and simply used the search bar at the top of the page to quickly locate my retweeters. If it’s someone you follow, and mostly that’s who retweets you, it’s especially easy, because you only have to hit a few keys before their name pops up. It more than halved my retweet time, and for the first time in a long time, I was able to retweet everyone!

This may be what I call the “old lady” solution — so if anyone has a better tip on how they retweet, feel free to share!



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