This sounds like a 3rd party API application opportunity to me...
-Chad

On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 7:11 PM, leonspencer <spencer_l...@yahoo.com> wrote:

>
> The new lists are a great way reduce the clutter in timeline. However,
> I immediately notice management problems with the lists where tweets
> are duplicate in timeline and list for tweets that have nothing to do
> with the list. For example, let's say I have a sports list:
>
> http://twitter.com/#/list/leonspencer/sports
>
> I add userA that tweets about sports. But userA also tweets about
> food. And being a friend, userA will tweet about personal stuff.
>
> If a user tweets about sports, dining, and personal stuff, ALL of
> these tweets are shown under the sports list as well as my timeline.
> Furthermore, if I create a second list for food/dining and add userA,
> ALL of the tweets regardless of food or sports will display under both
> lists.
>
> So what would be great is for Twitter to allow the optional
> specification of one or more hashtags when associating an account with
> a list, which would indicate tweets from that account should only
> appear under this list IF these hashtags are part of the tweet.
>
> Leon
>

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