How to create RSS Feeds from Twitter
Twitter is a great tool to stay up-to-date with everything that is happening: news, hobbies and interests, celebrities and influencers. However, some users prefer to consume and monitor this information via RSS feeds using RSS readers or custom integrations within their own apps.
RSS.app allows users to create RSS feeds from any public Twitter user feed, hashtag, at mention or search keyword, as well as feeds of their own Twitter timelines without writing a single line of code.
Here are three options on how to create these feeds:
Option 1: RSS feed from any public Twitter URL
Any public Twitter account can be converted into an RSS feed. Simply copy and paste the Twitter URL into Twitter RSS Generator to get the feed. Usually it takes up to 5 seconds for the feed to generate.
Option 2: RSS feed from tweets liked by Twitter users
This option generates a RSS feed of all the tweets that a user liked. One benefit of using this type of feed is to monitor user engagement and curate trusted sources of tweets.
Simply, type in the @username (e.g. @elonmusk) you would like to follow and click on generate to get the feed.
Option 3: RSS feed from your own Twitter timeline
With this option, users are able to get a feed of their own Twitter timeline, which includes their followers tweets, retweets and replies.