Thanks Nelu - I was aware of this method, unfortunately, if a user owns 6 lists, and we want to check which of those lists a user is a member of, that would be 6 API calls. This will pretty quickly eat into a user's 150.
When a list/members method which just returns all the ids of people in a list is implemented, this will get a lot easier as you'll be able to cache the list members, but until then can anybody else know of a workaround? Tom On Nov 12, 6:43 pm, Nelu Lazar <cont...@nelulazar.com> wrote: > You may use GET /:user/:list_id/members/:id as an > option:http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-GET-list-member... > > - @NeluLazar > > On Nov 12, 9:13 am, tom <tswool...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > Hi All, > > > I'm looking for a way to get which of my lists (public and private) a > > user is a member of - akin to the lists drop-down on a user's profile > > on Twitter.com. Is this information available in an easier way than > > calling GET list members id for each list (or, more specifically, > > using less API calls)? > > > Thanks, > > > Tom