Twitter feeds

You can subscribe the bot to a Twitter timeline, Twitter lists and friends:

Twitter timeline

The Feed Reader bot can send you all the tweets of your Twitter timeline.
First, connect the bot to your Twitter account: tutorial.
Then, use the /add_twitter command to subscribe the bot to your timeline.

Twitter list

The Feed Reader bot can send you all the tweets from a Twitter list (useful to subscribe the bot to a list dedicated to him).
First, connect the bot to your Twitter account: tutorial.
Then, use the /add_twitter_list command to subscribe the bot to a list.

For example, to subscribe the bot to this list: https://twitter.com/i/lists/1461248048525414405, type:
/add_twitter_list 1461248048525414405

Twitter likes

The Feed Reader bot can send you a notification when a Twitter user likes a tweet.
First, connect the bot to your Twitter account: tutorial.
Then, use the /add_twitter_like command to subscribe the bot to a user.

For example, to know when this user: https://twitter.com/FeedReaderBot likes a tweet, type:
/add_twitter_like FeedReaderBot

Twitter friends

The Feed Reader bot can send you a notification when a Twitter user follows a new account.
First, connect the bot to your Twitter account: tutorial.
Then, use the /add_twitter_friend command to subscribe the bot to a user.

For example, to know when this user: https://twitter.com/FeedReaderBot follows a new account, type:
/add_twitter_friend FeedReaderBot

Twitter accounts (Premium/Elite feature)

For Twitter accounts, you can follow a specific account using the "/add @accountName" syntax (Premium/Elite feature):



Note: the first time you add a Twitter account it can take up to 5 minutes to receive tweets.
Note: with the Elite bot, this syntax allows receiving tweets in near real time.