A feature people often ask for in Twitter apps is a way to create groups of people to organise that giant list of people they follow — a group for your friends, one for news, one for crazies, however they wanna break down all those people. Well, Twitter Lists just went live, meaning that before too long you'll be able to create and use lists (groups) of people you follow in apps too. [TechCrunch]
Soon You'll Be Able to Create Groups in Twitter Apps
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