A List is a curated group of Twitter accounts. You can retweet from any public list on Twitter. Retweeting from a lists allows you to retweet everything from a group of one or more specific Twitter accounts.

Follow these steps to configure retweeting from any public Twitter List:

  1. Pick an existing list or create a new Twitter List.
  2. Add Twitter account(s) you'd like to retweet from to your List.
  3. Add the List to RoundTeam.


Example: The user @RoundTeam_demo has a list on Twitter named "Example List".


1. Select the Twitter handle you wish to retweet from in RoundTeam and then click the "Add item" button in the Twitter Lists section of your RoundTeam dashboard.


2. Enter "RoundTeam_demo" in the Twitter username field. RoundTeam_demo's lists will automatically populate. Then choose "Example List"  from the List name drop down menu:


3. (Optional) Enter any hashtag, mention, keyword, or phrase you want to retweet from this list in the keyword field. Check the keyword box and enter an item of your choice. Or leave the keyword field blank to retweet everything from the selected List. This field also supports OR, AND logical operators, so you can put something like "#coffee AND #ny" to require both tags to be present in a Tweet.


4. Finish with the "Save" button.


Here is a result for the above configuration, that uses a keyword #Test:



For enhanced privacy, any List can be made "Private" on Twitter after it was configured in RoundTeam. These actions won't effect retweet results.


Note: Lists can be additionally filtered by using various filters. Apply up to 10 Filters to your List setting.