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I’ve been alternating between Feedbin and Inoreader as my RSS services lately (I prefer Feedbin’s design on the web, but I found greater compatibility for Inoreader in some third-party readers), and one of the items I lost during my latest Feedbin-to-Inoreader migration were the Twitter accounts I added as feeds in Feedbin. After poking around the Inoreader web app again, I remembered that the service has a powerful Twitter integration that allows you to “follow” users as feeds with total control over the tweets that are going to show up in your RSS subscriptions.
In Inoreader, you can turn any advanced Twitter search into a feed. Longtime MacStories readers know that before my switch to Mastodon I’d been using a custom Twitter search for years in lieu of Twitter’s native ‘Mentions’ view on the website and official app. In Inoreader, I’ve been able to take advantage of a similar method to subscribe to tweets from specific users that I can’t find on Mastodon yet.