How Twitter RSS feeds for Tweets, Searches, Hashtags, Lists or Favorites used to work

UPDATE: Twitter no longer supports RSS. For many purposes, a Twitter Widget might be a better solution. 

How to create a feed manually:

Just put your username where the blank appears:


For example:


For search results, the RSS/Atom feeds can still be found here:


Just change “search%20terms” to your search terms. (If you’re searching for more than one word, you need to put a “%20″ between each word.)

For hashtag searches, you need to put a “%23″ before the word. For example, if you’re searching for #love, the URLs would be


One-click RSS creator from any browser:

Want to automatically find the RSS feed for any Twitter user? It’s easy! Drag this box:  Twitter RSS to your bookmark bar, and click it when you’re at any user’s page. It will add an “RSS” link to the very bottom of their bio that will look like this:

(HT Alex Chaffee.)


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