A powerful search tool, Tweetseeker is an application that helps Twitter users find new people they can follow on the platform as well as organize and curate their timeline.
This tool is capable of searching the most recent tweets up to 3,200. Users can search via keyword, language, date range, follower count, tweets and user bios.
It also allows tagging of any Twitter user via tag words or phrases whether you follow them or not. The tags are then saved and every time you see the user again, his or her tags will display together with their tweets.
A tag is any word or phrase that you want to use to describe a Twitter user. Examples are customer, blogger, author and athlete.
If you don’t want to see annoying tweets from specific users, you can always use the “hide” tag so you will never see them again on your Twitter Timeline.
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