Like other folks online, I’m interested in getting things done with a minimum of fuss. I absolute dislike having to select Twitter–or Plurk–users ONE BY ONE. That’s why I was so grateful to Cory Plough for sharing his presentation on social media with me earlier this week!

In Cory’s resources, there was a link to, a web site that allows you to easily create lists of Twitter users. You click the link and you immediately start following every Twitter account on the list. It’s a real time-saver, especially for teachers who want students to follow everyone in class, or if you want to introduce folks to certain “twitterers” in a particular area, such as Moodle Mayhem.

Follow Moodle Mayhem members’ twitters by clicking the link below:

When you click on the link above, it will start the process. It works great!

To get your own list going, follow these steps:

  1. Sign up for an account at FIRST rather than later. Trust me, it will save you some frustration.
  2. Format all your twitter users on the list with in a text document then paste that into the box provided. You can also try without the “” but it didn’t work that way for me, no matter what the image below looks like now:
  3. Copy-n-paste the URL or links provided, as shown below:

What an easy way to build your PLN and share it with others!

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