If you retweet a popular item (i.e. "#olympics" or "orange") there is a possibility that some retweets won't be delivered for you by RoundTeam.

Here is how it works:

  • RoundTeam requests Tweets from Twitter that match your retweet criteria.
  • RoundTeam filters returned Tweets by author, depending on your current settings.
  • RoundTeam applies filters you configured for this particular item
  • Actual retweet is made

The number of Tweets allowed by Twitter is limited by 100 per retweet cycle. This means that if the number of fresh Tweets that meet your criteria exceeds 100, there is a high possibility that RoundTeam won't receive the expected Tweet in the search results.

But don't worry! There is a way to deal with this problem. You need to narrow the search criteria on Twitter, so that a prospective Tweet will be found and retweeted. There are two ways to do this:

  1. Use Twitter advanced search to generate more specific retweet configurations for your RoundTeam account.
  2. Use Lists category.