How to Replace IFTTT Twitter Triggers Now that they’re Gone


Update- June 2013- Twitter have now stopped supporting their API v1. This means no more RSS and so the method in this article will no longer work. However…. I’ve been working on a new project called Twools. This gives you back your RSS feeds but in vastly superior way. It also has other features such as a very simple social media management tool and an experimental DM spam filter.

Introducing Twools

twools

Twools started off as a way to get back RSS feeds from Twitter. Twitter retired version 1 of their API in June 2013 as well as retiring RSS feeds. As well as not having access to RSS feeds, you need to be authenticated to use the API which raises the bar for Twitter users and developers.

It has been my intention to make this as easy as possible for you install, however you do need to install Twools on your own website (PHP is required). It is just a case of editing a few lines in a file (with your Twitter app details) and uploading to your website.

With Twools you can do some amazing things when used in conjunction with other apps such as IFTTT or Twitter Feed. For example, you could…
Twools Home Page

  • Cross post to LinkedIn using the #li hashtag
  • Bookmark or cross post your Twitter Faves:
  • Add new followers from the a certain country or location to a Twitter list:
  • Add articles that I tweet using a certain app to evernote.
  • Get emailed when someone mentions your brand negatively.
  • Get emailed when someone links to an article on your website even if they don’t mention you.
  • Add someone mentioning a keyword to a Twitter list

Obviously you need to make sure sure you have a proper read of theTwitter API Rules of the Road and use Twools responsibly.

I’ll be launching Twools on Friday July 5th, but for more information, have a look at the Twools Page.


Show me your Twools Tool Please!!

If you are a Twitter power user like me, you may have been dismayed at some of Twitter’s antics over the past year, particularly when it comes to locking down their API. Twitter’s API gives developers an easy way of accessing data- such as public tweets and mentions and using them in interesting and innovative ways. There is no doubt that the API and the developers that used it made Twitter what it is today. I won’t go into too much detail about the changes made to their API, as I’ve already written about it before in relation to the paid for social network, app.net.

Not everyone has the time or the skill to develop apps, but a lot of people wanted to find ways of connecting Twitter with other services. Services such as IFTTT (If This Then That) make such a thing not only possible, but ridiculously easy. I’ve posted frequently about IFTTT, and in particular on How to archive your Digital life. With IFTTT it used to be possible to do all the following:

  1. Archive your Tweets to a spreadsheet
  2. Update Facebook/LinkedIn/Google+ etc with your Tweets
  3. Update your calendar with a tweet
  4. Send a text message when a particular keyphase was used.

Unfortunately none of this is now possible, since IFTTT was forced to remove all Twitter Triggers from their service due to Twitter’s API lockdown. For more information on what happened, you can read this update from IFTTT.

Hurrah for RSS!

RSS

However, do not fear, it is still possible, with a bit of tweaking. The power comes from RSS feeds. An RSS feed is a special feed that you can subscribe to in a programme or app called a feed reader. Examples of apps that read RSS feeds include Google Reader, FeedDemon, SoundGecko and Flipboard.

For example, here are the RSS feeds for my Twitter account, iagdotme:

With the search feed, you’ll have to convert your key phrase into a URL friendly one. That means converting each space into a %20 and each hashtag (#) in to #23. Sorry if that sounds complicated, but hopefully it makes sense when you look at the URLs above.

RSS is Dead!

RIP RSSUnfortunately, despite RSS being a wonderful technology, you wouldn’t think so if you look at Facebook, Twitter and Google+. All three have done their best at burying RSS and sucking all the life out of it.

Although Twitter currently supports RSS, is not going to be supported from March 2013. According to Twitter, XML, Atom, and RSS “are infrequently used today“. I really do wonder what planet they are on!

So, we’re going to be stuck with a special feed format called JSON. Now, unless you are a web developer you’re probably not going to know what that is. JSON is very easy to play with from a web development point of view, but it’s unusable to most people.

Just in case you are curious, here are the same feeds I mentioned above, but for JSON:

  • My Tweets: https://api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/user_timeline.json?include_entities=true&include_rts=true&screen_name=iagdotme
  • My Mentions: https://api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/mentions.json?include_entities=true (only when logged in as authenticated user)
  • My Favorites: https://api.twitter.com/1.1/favorites/list.json?count=2&screen_name=iagdotme (only when logged in as authenticated user)
  • Search: https://api.twitter.com/1.1/search/tweets.json?q=Search%20Phrase (only when logged in as authenticated user)

One big problem with the above is that you can’t access the mentions feed unless you are logged in to Twitter as that user.

RSS is Alive, Hurrah!

So, one way of getting your Twitter IFTT recipes back up and running and making sure that they’ll work after March 2013 is to convert your JSON feeds to RSS. You can add the RSS for your tweets to IFTTT or add your favorites. Unfortunately it’s not possible to create a feed of your mentions using this method, as it would require some more complex authentication scripts- and that’s not really my thing.

June 2013 Update – I have finally managed to get authentication working
I’ll update this post as soon as I can (or write up a new one), but I’ve written some PHP scripts that will enable you to produce RSS feeds for:

  • Your tweets
  • Your Mentions
  • Your Favorites
  • Your Lists
  • Your Direct Messages
  • One of your Twitter List timelines
  • Your tweets containing a specific hashtag

It will take me a bit of time to get this all together, but if you are interested, let me know in the comments and I should be able to send something over to you. Please note, you will have to have a web host (for example if you have your own website) with PHP.

I looked at a number of solutions, but there are surprisingly few examples of how to convert JSON to RSS. I looked at Yahoo Pipes, but since Twitter only allows a certain number of calls on its API from each IP address, I found that each attempt failed.

The best way is to run the script on your own web site. Since most websites have PHP enabled, I’ve written the code in PHP. All you need to do is to upload this script to your website after changing the details to your own, and then you can have your very own RSS feeds of your Tweets. Unfortunately this won’t work for mentions, but perhaps I (or someone else) could create a script for that using authentication.

To use this, change the username to your own, set the url to the path of the file and upload it to your hosting space. This url will be your RSS feed which you can use for IFTTT.

<?php
// Update the following with your details:
$twitter_username = "iagdotme";
$this_url = "http://mywebsite.com/tools/json2rss.php";
header('Content-type: application/atom+xml');
?>
<rss xmlns:georss="http://www.georss.org/georss" xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:twitter="http://api.twitter.com" version="2.0">
<channel>
<title>Twitter</title>
<description>Twitter Updates</description>
<link>http://twitter.com/<?php echo $twitter_username;?></link>
<atom:link type="application/rss+xml" href="<?php echo $this_url;?>" rel="self"/>
<?php
$string = json_decode(file_get_contents("https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline.json?screen_name=$twitter_username"),$assoc = TRUE);
foreach($string as $items)
 {
 ?>
 <item>
 <title><?php echo $items['text'];?></title>
 <description><?php echo $items['text'];?></description>
 <pubDate><?php echo $items['created_at'];?></pubDate>
 <guid>http://twitter.com/<?php echo $twitter_username;?>/statuses/<?php echo $items['id'];?></guid>
 <link>http://twitter.com/<?php echo $twitter_username;?>/statuses/<?php echo $items['id'];?></link>
 </item>
 <?php
 }
?>
 </channel>
</rss>

I hope this is helpful to you, if you have any more thoughts- let me know in the comments below!

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Lucas
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Lucas
2 years 11 months ago

Very usefull. What it’s not clear is that the php script is in the TWOOLS tool

Ian Anderson Gray
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2 years 11 months ago

Thanks, Lucas. The PHP script example on this page doesn’t work anymore due to Twitter’s changes. Twools is a completely new app. Have a look at my blog post which introduces it…
http://iag.me/tools/introducing-twools-your-twitter-rss-feeds-unleashed/

Frederic
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Frederic
2 years 11 months ago

Hello Ian,

I tried your php script at the end of the article, but the V1 API does not work anymore and the V1.1 seems to require authentication… I am just looking for a way to get a Twitter user timeline in RSS format, your Twools app seems to do the trick, I am eager to try it (I have filled in the form)! With the previous API, I used to get the RSS feed of a Twitter account, filter interesting tweets with Yahoo Pipes (I used a very short php script on my server, just echoing the rss feed from twitter, to avoid API calls quotas between Twitter and Yahoo), then reteweeting the filtered output on our twitter account.

By the way, I have installed the Thinkup web app (running the 1.3.1 version) for backup and analytics purpose. It is working very well but I did not find any to export in RSS format. you can export in csv format though.

-Fred

Ian Anderson Gray
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2 years 11 months ago
Hi Fred, Yes the script in this article no longer works. I’m going to leave it here for reference (with a note saying why it no longer works). It is as you say- Twitter retired version 1 of their API some weeks back and with it stopped offering RSS, XML and Atom feeds. Although they don’t actually say it, it’s because RSS, XML and Atom feeds are all open and require no authentication. Twitter (understandably but frustratingly) need to keep a lid on their API. They spend a huge amount of money offering it for free. With RSS, XML and Atom anyone can connect to the API, and that for Twitter just isn’t sustainable. So now, in order to get our data, we have to build apps that connect to the API and Twitter allows us to have a set number of calls to it every 15 minutes. It’s a shame, but that is why I built Twools- to make it easy for people to get their RSS feeds back whilst doing it within the set number of calls each user can make. I’m looking at the Thinkup web app too. It really looks fantastic and it was written by… Read more »
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Bill Childers
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3 years 8 days ago

Would LOVE to get a copy of your scripts, if you don’t mind. I had a great archiving setup going, and it’s now broken. Thanks!

Ian Anderson Gray
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2 years 11 months ago
Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 10 days ago
OK, I am getting close to having some code to share. The little app I have built gives you the following so far: An RSS feed of – Your Home timeline – Your user timeline – Your mentions – Your Favorites – Your Direct Messages – One of your lists’ timelines You can filter any of the above by only returning results with: – A specific hashtag – a keyword – an application name (i.e.Hootsuite or Buffer) – The user being from a specific location (set in their bio) – The user’s language – If you’ve set to use a list, you will need to set the list name – exclude certain scheduling apps (i.e. Buffer, IFTTT, SocialOomph etc) – exclude retweets In order for you to do this, you’ll need to host it on your own website (as in the example in this blog). If you have a website or blog that has PHP available (eg WordPress) you should be ok. You’ll also need to sign up for a Twitter developer account and register an app. This is not as difficult as it sounds, and I will be able to take you through the steps required. If you are… Read more »
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Patrick Mackaaij
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3 years 12 days ago

Interested! 🙂

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 10 days ago

Thanks, Patrick. Can you send me your details in my contact form (click on “contact” at the top of the screen) and then I can send you the script. Please read by latest comment above first to see if you are ready for it!

Patrick Mackaaij
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3 years 7 days ago

I just read ThinkUp https://www.thinkup.com/ also supports RSS. Probably not as detailed as yours but you might consider contributing there as well?

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 4 days ago

Thanks, Patrick. I do remember looking at this a while ago, but then forgot about it. I’m definitely going to check it out again. My little app is a lot more simple, but for producing RSS feeds it does the trick.

Kristopher Marciniak
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3 years 21 days ago

Rockin! I messed around with Yahoo Pipes until smoke was coming out of them.
I got this working in 3 minutes! Thanks! – Kris

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 21 days ago

That sounds cool! Let me know what you did with Yahoo Pipes. I’ve never had much success with Yahoo Pipes- could never get my head round them!

madamAstrology
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madamAstrology
3 years 21 days ago

Please, What should I do with Stumbleupon and it’s not right rss title????

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 21 days ago

Hi Ana, thanks for your comment and your voicemail. I hope I have read you right, but basically you are wondering about connecting StumbleUpon with another service using IFTTT? I’ve responded to your voicemail, but I thought I’d write it here too. You’ve mentioned “it’s not right rss title”- something you didn’t say in the voice mail- so maybe you already know that there are RSS feeds for StumbleUpon? Anyway…
There are 3 RSS feeds for your StumbleUpon account which you will be able to use in IFTTT…
Your Favourites: http://rss.stumbleupon.com/user//favorites
Your Reviews: http://rss.stumbleupon.com/user//reviews
Your Blogs: http://rss.stumbleupon.com/user//blog
If you add any of these in IFTTT as a feed action you should be able to trigger Twitter, Facebook or even archive it to a file in Dropbox or Google Drive.

You mentioned in the comment about the RSS title not being correct. Looking at my StumbleUpon RSS feeds, they do seem correct, although they do output strangely in the browser. Either way, they do work in IFTTT so it should work for you.
Let me know how you get on.

madamAstrology
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madamAstrology
1 year 10 months ago

Thank you very VERY much!

L
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L
3 years 2 months ago

Hi, I’m trying to figure out your coding but am finding issues with posting this on my website. Is every link colored in green one that I must change? I’ve put my username and url of my website’s tools page but that’s all. Thanks!

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 2 months ago

It’s just the two bits at the top- change your Twitter username in $twitter_username and change the path to your script in $this_url. You should keep everything else the same. Let me know how you get on.

missbenfield
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missbenfield
3 years 2 months ago

Ian thanks. I was wondering why my recipes did not work. Your post solved all of my problems. Thanks for sharing.

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 2 months ago

No problem, thanks for letting me know it worked for you!

Brian Green
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3 years 2 months ago

I’ve been struggling with a work around for this since the Twitter API change. I stumbled upon your page, uploaded your json2rss code to my server and boom! problem solved and in record time. Now the hard part is determining the correct recipe and how I want my tweets displayed out of IFTTT 🙂 Thanks for taking the time to share this and make it so easy. – Brian

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 2 months ago

Thanks, Brian. Great to hear it has worked so well for you. Just a shame that it has to come to installing a script on your server!

Brian Green
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3 years 2 months ago

Oh I agree 100%. Not the best solution, but it works! I’d love to be able to trim off the original tweet link in some way too, but for now I’m just stepping away from it. Let’s hope that a more elegant solution pops up in the not too distant future. Thanks again for the script and for taking the time to share the instructions. Sort of makes me wonder what I’m not doing with IFTTT that I could be – auto posts to Google+ anyone? 🙂

Ian Anderson Gray
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2 years 11 months ago

Hi Brian. As you may already know, this solution doesn’t work any more. That’s because Twitter stopped supporting RSS and retired v1 of their API a few weeks back. Now, to get the data from Twitter, the app needs to be authenticated and so raising the bar for non-developers. I’ve built an app that gives you back your RSS feeds. Let me know what you think. http://iag.me/socialmedia/tools/introducing-twools-your-twitter-rss-feeds-unleashed/

Robbie A
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Robbie A
3 years 3 months ago

THANK YOU! I’m so glad there are people like who who can figure this stuff out. 🙂

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 3 months ago

No problem. It’s just annoying that we have to figure it out in the first place! Glad it helped.

Diogo Fernandes da Costa Luz
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Diogo Fernandes da Costa Luz
3 years 3 months ago

Do you think the same thing can be done with your timeline (instead of your tweets)? It used to work for me in the past. So if I fell short of Internet connection for some weeks I could still go to my Gmail and see what went on during that period.

Ian Anderson Gray
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2 years 11 months ago

Twitter switched off their RSS feeds a few weeks back and now require authentication for all calls to their API. I’ve built an app called Twools which give you back your RSS feeds. I’ve written about it here- http://iag.me/socialmedia/tools/introducing-twools-your-twitter-rss-feeds-unleashed/
Let me know what you think.

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 3 months ago

You mean archiving your timeline tweets? I think it should, but I am really wanting someone to build a Twitter app that will make this easier for us! When I get the time I will look into this further and post my findings here.

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Josh Schaefer
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Josh Schaefer
3 years 5 months ago

Just found this post today after wanting to selectively send tweets to Facebook using a hashtag and IFTTT. Got everything to work, except for the Tweet ID link. Kept coming up as a value that was something like 29 digits long which obviously didn’t link properly.

Changed this:
http://twitter.com//statuses/
http://twitter.com//statuses/

To This:
http://twitter.com//statuses/
http://twitter.com//statuses/

And everything fires up just fine. Special thanks to @Dzama:disqus for the trigger via Hashtag then removed in the RSS feed.

Ian Anderson Gray
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2 years 11 months ago

Hi Josh, I know your comment was 6 months ago, but just a quick update to this post. A few weeks back Twitter stopped offering RSS feeds completely and require authentication for all apps. That’s why I wrote my own app which gives you back your RSS feeds. Have a look here- http://iag.me/socialmedia/tools/introducing-twools-your-twitter-rss-feeds-unleashed/

Dan Elliott
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3 years 2 months ago

Thanks Josh, I think I’m having the same issue. The links to the statuses have an exponential number like “http://twitter.com/danelli0tt/statuses/3.1888434254801E+17” making the links broken. Could you please share your solution.

UPDATE: turns out I needed to change Ian’s script to call the id_str instead of the id. Per https://dev.twitter.com/docs/twitter-ids-json-and-snowflake

Ian Anderson Gray
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3 years 5 months ago

Thanks, Josh. Unfortunately your code didn’t format properly in the comments. What was the issue with the link? Could you post something using PasteBin or something so I can see your code? That would be really helpful. Thanks!

Jayme Soulati
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3 years 7 months ago

Just saw a post last week about IFTTT and was all excited to jump on board. Alas, not so much.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Thanks for your comment. I’m interested in your thoughts as to why you’re not interested in IFTTT. I have to say even without the Twitter triggers, it’s one of the most useful web and social media tools out there. Hopefully this post will make it helpful for you.

Fianor
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Fianor
3 years 6 months ago

Without twitter triggers IFTTT is absolutely useless to me. I have gone through every trigger and action trying to find any other use for me and there is none.

Dzama
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3 years 7 months ago

Thank you! I’ve been looking for a great workaround since the IFTTT twitter triggers went down. This works perfectly.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Brilliant. Which method are you using? Are you using the RSS feeds or have you tried the JSON to RSS script? Please let me know!

Dzama
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

I’m using the JSON to RSS script with a little modification. I wanted the script to act like (if not better than) the old IFTTT trigger (in that it could be triggered with a specific hashtag which is then removed). Also wanted to clean away the “#” in front of each hashtag (Good if your posting to another social networks). If interested in doing the same, add an if statement to the foreach loop:

$hashtag = '#TriggerHashtagGoesHere';
foreach($string as $items)
{ if (strpos($items['text'], $hashtag) !== false){

and this to the title and description tags:

echo str_replace('#', '', str_replace($hashtag, '', $items['text']));

Thanks again, you saved me a lot of headache.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 19 days ago

Thanks so much for your update 7 months ago. Just thought I would give you an update- I have built some scripts that provides RSS feeds for mentions, favorites and dms. Also I’ve built some other tools that clean up mention and dm spam and provide RSS feeds for your tweets with a hashtag (for cross posting)- based on the script modifications that you gave me. Also I have a script for adding people who mention you to a mention list. They are all very rough round the edges, but it now uses authentication and uses the new Twitter API v1.1. I thought I would let you know as it will take me a while to update this post with this.

Dzama
Guest
3 years 10 days ago

Put me down as VERY interested to see your updated scripts. Since Twitter ditched API v1 and is requiring authentication, the old script is pooched.
If you’re looking for ideas. I had also modified the original script to expand and extract URLs for posting “Link Posts” to Facebook. It was pretty unreliable though.
On a side note, Facebook just rolled out support for Hashtags which is going to be awesome for cross posting from Twitter.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
2 years 11 months ago

You should have receive an email from me, but just an update here. I’ve launched Twools which gives you back your RSS feeds with filters. Have a look here- http://iag.me/socialmedia/tools/introducing-twools-your-twitter-rss-feeds-unleashed/

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 10 days ago

Thanks, please contact me (using the contact form- see link at top of screen) and I’ll send you the script. First, please read my latest comment above to see if this is something you want. It would be great to have a few people test it! Thanks.

johncthompson
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johncthompson
3 years 10 days ago

I am interested in your updated script – looking forward to it.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Fab, that’s really helpful. I’d love to be able to replace the Twitter mentions trigger too, but that’s for another time…!

Carolyn Nicander Mohr
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Thanks for this. I miss this functionality terribly. I was Buffering tweets using IFTTT thanking people for following me. I hope Twitter changes their policy soon.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Hi Carolyn, thanks for your comment. I miss the IFTTT triggers a lot too. It is absolute madness on Twitter’s part. Unfortunately I think there is very little chance of them changing their mind. That is unless many of us band together and voice our opinion- but there would have to be a lot of us making a lot of noise!

ClinicalPosters
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Thanks for sharing. This is becoming quite convoluted.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

I couldn’t agree more.

Eric Wittlake
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Ian, would you get something “close” to a mention feed if you searched for your own username and then in the output filtered out anything from you?

This would include Twitter’s new retweets of your own Tweets as well as other new RTs that include your handle, returning a bit more than the new “mention” search, but depending on your purpose that could be a good thing.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
2 years 11 months ago

Another update, I’ve just launched my first app, Twools. Twools gives you back your RSS feeds with powerful filters. Have a look- http://iag.me/socialmedia/tools/introducing-twools-your-twitter-rss-feeds-unleashed/

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 19 days ago

Hi Eric, Just thought I would give you an update- I have built some scripts that provides RSS feeds for mentions, favorites and dms. Also I’ve built some other tools that clean up mention and dm spam and provide RSS feeds for your tweets with a hashtag (for cross posting) and for adding people who mention you to a mention list. They are all very rough round the edges, but I thought I would let you know as it will take me a while to update this post with this.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Twitter’s search API isn’t that great in my experience. Also I think you might have to end up using some form of authentication. Twitter’s use of JSON is all about having more control and I expect creating an app to do the above would be against their terms. I am continuing to look at this and will post back if I find a way!

Bojan Djordjevic
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

I am archiving this in my reference material.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Cool. Let me know how you get on and if you have any thoughts on this.

Bojan Djordjevic
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

It’s gonna take me a while, have whole bunch of things to do prior to this…

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

I know the feeling!

Muddywall
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

Thanks really helpful advice. I only just found out about IFTTT and disappointed now it’s gone.

Ian Anderson Gray
Guest
3 years 7 months ago

No problem. I’m a massive Twitter fan and user, but I just don’t understand why they are doing this and even more so why they think RSS is dead and JSON the way forwards.

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