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I am looking for a way to get an RSS-Feed that serves the same content as the main view on Twitter. I am following about 20 people at the moment and I could of course get an RSS-Feed from each of them separately, but I don't want my RSS-Reader to be cluttered with 20 Feeds if I can aggregate them into a single feed.

I don't want to maintain two different lists, the one on twitter and the one for my RSS-Feed. What I am looking for is a service that aggregates those RSS-Feeds via the list on Twitter. Or maybe Twitter offers such an RSS-Feed all by itself and I haven't been able to locate it. Any hints how I should approach this problem? I am using the Google-Reader if it makes any difference.

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api.twitter.com/1/statuses/… – diyism Dec 15 '11 at 9:43

It's been four years. Twitter has changed its API and the suggested site has gone. But, this might be useful for someone: Try TweetsToRSS Server. Say, you need the combined RSS feed for Stacy Herbert and Max Keiser, then search for "from:stacyherbert OR from:maxkeiser" to get an RSS feed URL http://localhost:8080/?q=from%3Astacyherbert%20OR%20from%3Amaxkeiser. You will have to replace localhost with the IP if you are running it on another computer/server.

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How about providing a link to the tool you're recommending? – Al E. May 27 '15 at 23:46

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