Despite the fact Twitter quietly removed access to RSS feeds, there have been several other ways to gain access to them anyway. One of the latest methods to emerge takes things a step further to create the ultimate Twitter-meets-RSS Reader solution.
With TweepFeed you can access anyone’s Twitter RSS feed, but rather than generating a list of their tweets, it tracks the links that they’ve shared and creates an RSS feed of the content for you to use on your RSS reader of choice.
All you need is their username to generate a special RSS feed which you can then add to your reader. Each post is then viewable, just as it would be if you were subscribed to a site’s feed.
TweepFeed is a great way to cut through the noise and get the most from the information that’s being shared on Twitter. If you’d rather skip conversations, opinions, and keep up only with the articles that are being shared on Twitter, this is the perfect solution.
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