Posted by twit | Posted in Applications, Getting Started | Posted on 29-01-2010
There is a feature on Twitter called Favorites. You can make a tweet a Favorite and share it with others, or just go back and read it later.
One of the problems with this is trying to sort through all your Favorites at once. If you are like me, you tend to mark tweets as Favorites so you can come back to them later. As a result, I have pages and pages of them.
I have just discovered that you can see your Faves as an RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. If you are older than 30, think of those electric ticker tape signs. If you are under 30, you probably know what it is.
Simply type into your browser, http://twitter.com/favorites/(your Twitter name).rss . That will bring up all your faves in an easy to read stream of links.