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Better Manage Your Twitter Mentions with the New Engagement Feed

"20+"... the famous label hovering over Twitter's notification tab.

What's behind it? 20 likes and one reply? 100 questions from your followers? You won't find out until you click. And once you do, you might not have enough time to answer all of them. They'll be marked as seen and you'll probably miss a bunch of important ones in the process.

There's got to be a better way. *adds infomercial meme*

I do think there is: replying to your mentions on your own schedule!

Introducing the 🎆 Engagement Feed 🎆

The new engagement feature from ThreadStart is a calm way to manage your Twitter mentions. By allowing you to see all of your mentions in one place, and replying to them directly from the app, you can make sure that you never miss a mention again!

The new ThreadStart Engagement Feed

See only replies & tweets you're tagged in, without notifications about likes, retweets, spaces and whatnot. Conversations! The mentions that matter.

Decide yourself when you get back and when you've seen them. No more disappearing replies, just because you didn't have enough time when you looked at your notifications.

How can it help me?

The Engagement Feed helps you reclaim your notifications tab by no longer having to worry about Twitter mentions. You can get back to people on your own schedule. Without the pressure of needing to reply right away because you fear you might lose a mention. You will be able to see all of the tweets you're mentioned in, without missing any important ones.

How to use the new engagement feature?

To use the new engagement feature, simply log in to your ThreadStart account and click on the 'Engagement' tab. From here, you will be able to see all of your mentions, as well as reply to them directly.

Reply, like and retweet to your mentions.

You can also like, retweet and even quote tweet them directly from the feed. No need to leave ThreadStart. You can work calmly and focused on your replies, without getting distracted by Twitter.

TL;DR what are the benefits of the new engagement feature?

Some benefits of using the new engagement feature include:

  • Being able to see all of your mentions in one place

  • Replying to mentions directly from the app

  • Avoid getting sucked into the main Twitter feed after checking your notifications.

  • Never missing a mention again!

What are you waiting for?

If you're looking for a better way to manage your Twitter mentions, be sure to check out the new engagement feature from ThreadStart. It's the perfect way to reclaim your notifications tab and make sure you never miss an important mention again. Take back control of your engagements!

The Engagement Feed is a paid feature and is included in the free Pro trial!

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Sign up now if you haven't already and give the new mentions a try!