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Before Twitter used to do in house rss feed, on their support page http://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics/topics/111-features/articles/15361-how-to-find-your-rss-feed they tell you to either code it yourself or to find a 3rd party. I can't find anything on google hoping someone here can help me. Anyone know of a 3rd party service that will do this for me?

As I don't have enough Karma to close this question anyone reading this now it has been solved.

asked Jun 03 '11 at 21:58

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closed Sep 12 '11 at 04:49

The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by bryanminer Sep 12 '11 at 04:49


Twitter still does RSS Feeds. ( I know I was surprised too! ) You just have to disable New Twitter.

answered Jun 04 '11 at 02:01

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Ah thank you for letting me know that, I didn't even think that would be related! You Rock!

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answered Jun 03 '11 at 22:43

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