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How can I get Twitter feed to take the top results from my Yahoo Pipes RSS feed instead of the ones from the beginning?

I see an option like pubdate and guid in the twitter feed. Not quite sure what to do.

Maybe there's an extra step I need to add in Yahoo Pipes?


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Can you show the pipe you've got so far? pubdate is the publishing date and guidis the global uid, it's unique accross all tweets – freddy K. Jun 23 '11 at 22:24

Use the Sort module (listed under Operators category on the left panel) before Pipe output to sort your feed items based upon the field you wish.