HOW-TO…Create A Private Twitter List on Your iPhone

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ABOUT PRIVATE TWITTER LISTS:

The private lists are exactly for that, they will not know they have been added or that you are socially listening to their feed. This is great then for:

Twitter Lists are the best way to segment not just content, keywords but the people you follow and interact with as an amateur influencer, sales associate or networker in specific niche.

The utility of them not knowing that they are on the list, is why they are called private.

Source:https://www.quora.com/If-I-create-a-private-list-on-Twitter-do-the-people-in-that-list-know-they-are-on-it

HERE’S HOW:

OPEN THE TWITTER APP, TAP THE GEAR ICON

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CHOOSE “VIEW LISTS”

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FILL OUT YOUR LIST DETAILS. TURN THE PRIVACY SETTING ON!

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SEARCH, AND ADD, THE TWITTER HANDLES OF THOSE YOU WANT IN THE LIST

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WHEN COMPLETED, TAP DONE. MY LIST HAPPENS TO BE FAMILY MEMBERS.

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ACCESSING AND VIEWING YOUR LISTS

TAP THE GEARS ICON

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SELECT THE LIST YOU WANT TO VIEW

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ENJOY!

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About Don

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Don Tomoff, CPA, MBA

Don Tomoff is a “recovering CPA”, who is passionate about helping organizations adapt to the changing business world that we operate in.

One lesson learned over the years is that all of us, regardless of organization type or size, struggle with similar issues — primarily information management and presentation, and effective use of our time. Let’s change that…one person at a time!

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