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Create a filter (see here if you don't know how) that applies the label ASD and select 'Skip the Inbox'


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According to Facebook, you can't delete smart lists: Note: You can’t delete default lists, but you can hide them from your home page. These lists will also stop appearing on your home page if you don't use them. You can archive them, so they stop posting things. They will still be accessible through > lists.


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A Birthday is an event so Facebook treats it like one. Go to the sidebar and select Events In the sublist click Birthdays They will be displayed by Today, This Month. Based on privacy you will either get just the date or the date and how old is the individual. Clicking the Next Button (Arrow at the bottom pointing right) will go to later Months


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This will happen automatically if you make your browser window narrow enough, or if you access Trello from a mobile browser, but there is no manual way to induce this behavior.


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There a couple of alternatives that allow you to select people from a Grid using check boxes. http://twitlistmanager.com/ http://tweetbe.at/list-manager/ This is also Pitupasa that is in Beta. They have a couple of features that are coming soon which may interest you: Find people with shared interests People you reply/RT most often


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A good start is : http://developers.facebook.com/ Just head for the documentation and in the API for user you will find it returns: ( http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/api/user ) : friends : The user's friends (Available to everyone on Facebook) --> An array of JSON objects containing friend id and name fields For example see: ...


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Brad Fitzpatrick created a Greasemonkey script to do just that. Details here: http://brad.livejournal.com/2398409.html


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Feb 2012: When you click on Events, you get any upcoming birthdays listed, followed by any upcoming events. To see more birthdays, look at the two buttons at the top right of the section: a button labeled "create event" and a button with a magnifying glass and a down arrow. Click on that button, and get a list of other possibilities, one of which is ...


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Currently there is no nice way of doing this. Fortunately, simply loading all of your friends and scanning down this list looking for "Add to List" is a fairly quick process. (Unless you have hundreds/thousands of friends...)


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Try http://sharebuckets.com/ Funny you should ask this question, as an old work buddy of mine just launched this site like three weeks ago.


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I just discovered http://arxaliv.org which seems to be what I want.


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Pretty much similar, yes. You could easily add your friend to a circle. Click on that circle, and set the slider in the top right corner to Show all posts from [circle name] on your start page. Then, all posts from friends you have added to the circle will show up in your start page stream.


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It is possible by via the Tumblr API, as it does provide the ability to request the Text posts for a blog and return the results as JSON-encoded objects. You can then use code to sort these results alphabetically. Tumblr API Details - www.tumblr.com/docs/en/api/v2 Text Posts Response Field Type Description title String The optional title ...


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I don't think it's possible to see the RTs in just a list you've made, but it is possible to see just RTs of people you follow. So, on the new and old versions of the Twitter site, there's a Retweets option in the navigation. On the old site, it's on the right hand side under Favorites, and on the new version, it's a tab at the top. You can view RTs by ...


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I'm not sure what you're asking here because this is primarily what twitter lists are used for. In the twitter web application, Click "Create a List" Find the user you want to "List Follow" Click The "List" dropdown. Add this user to your newly created list (You do not have to follow the user) Instructions for Old Twitter are here.


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Create a RSS feed for your Twitter List using this service - http://zeyne.net/rss.php?url=twitter.com/{username}/{List name} (replace the actual username & List name within the placeholders) Subscribe to the generated feed with Google Reader. Within Google Reader, you can then search for keywords within tweets from your Lists using Google Reader's ...


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I would like to be able to add users to a twitter list without loading a separate page to find each user. So I would like to avoid going to their user page, but I'd also like to avoid having to load a page of search results (whether on twitter.com or on an external app) each time, as well. Using Hootsuite you can do so


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It could be a bug and you just need to send a screenshot and report it. On the other hand it could be that you reviewed these posts in the news feed (at least this is how it appeared to me when this situation occurred) I just added some friends to a new list to see if I can replicate again. I will let you know how it goes in a few days.


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A "top 100" Twitter list will always be highly subjective. What makes them the top: Number of followers? Actually being an expert? Number of RT's? Here are some sources to try and get your data: Search: "Top twitter [topic]" Klout.com - When you sign in you can search for users influential in a general topic. listorious.com - Twitter user search and ...


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Trello Clone is not made or maintained by Fog Creek Software or the Trello team. We are currently at work on allow you to copy/template cards/boards/lists/checklists. Here is the feature request. Trello Clone is hosted on GitHub, and so you might get traction with it in the meantime by interacting with that user community.


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I've found the best option is to find a section of text in the email that is common to them all and filter based on that. For example, you might use: to:<you>@gmail.com subject:<common text> (<Word #1> OR <Word #2> OR <Word #3>) You would then add/remove the <Word #>'s/<Subject> depending on what commonality you ...


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You can't do this by default, but if you're using Chrome, there is an Extension for this: Board Printer for Trello There is a big bunch of useful Trello Chrome Extensions in the Web Store.


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Create the first item of the list Click on the Bulleted list or Numbered list icon from the menu Press Enter The second item of the list will be automatically created Click on the Increase indent button You are done. In your case, it might be the fact that the document was created in a different editor and the CSS rules behind are broken by the ...


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A Twitter List is for enlisting users, they may talk about anything. It's not for enlisting tweets regarding a certain topic. You can build a bot to add people, who tweets on that topic, to the list. But that doesn't ensure that, those people will keep talking about it, and so they, to some extent, might spam your list. Twitter gives you a scope to follow a ...


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Well, this happened to me, but I got a solution: write a post ex. "Boredooooooooom" then click the sort button where it says "There are no more posts to show right now" tick the "Top Stories" button and now the posts should be there ;)


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You can slide it all the way to the right so that if you have more than the ~5 lists that fit in the screen it will not be visible - but still active and accessible. EDIT: Another option: if you don't have a lot of cards you could add a label "Active" to the cards in the other lists and filter for that label.


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Currently, the only way to "hide" a list is to archive it. You can view your archived cards and lists by clicking the "View Archived Items" button on the right side of the board.


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http://tweetbe.at lets you search for any user, regardless of whether you are following them or not, and add them to a list. Once you have authorised the app you enter your username in the search box at the top left. user:@ATwitterUserName click the button called Add or remove from List select the list you want to add the user to They also provide a ...


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For non-Google Chrome users, here is a procedure for Windows 7: Click on START and then click on your user name to access the Favorites list in your user folder. Open the Favorites folder and sort it alphabetically. Create a new folder using a name that will get it to the top of your Favorites list. Copy the sorted Favorites list into your new folder. The ...


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Most likely you are not filling out the description. Place some information in the description section and it should work.



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