That is indeed an interesting idea that we've been thinking about. The
rules around who can send and receive DMs would continue to be
enforced as normal, so for talking purposes, if you DMed a list, only
those who follow you would receive it.

On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 9:21 AM, Marcus Better <mar...@better.se> wrote:
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> Hi,
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> have you considered adding a mechanism for sending a sort of "direct
> message" to a list?
>
> This would allow users to send targeted tweets to a list (provided the
> user is a member of the list). It could be incredibly useful. For
> example tweets on a specific topic could be targeted to a selected
> interest group, without bothering your general followers.
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> Currently the only granularity provided is "whole world" (tweet) and
> "single recipient" (direct message), but this would allow new use cases,
> for example something similar to a mailing list.
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> Cheers,
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> Marcus
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