Exciting news! We just rolled out two awesome new features in TweetReach Pro: in-Tracker search and the ability to sort tweets by retweets.
Now you can search within a Tracker for tweets containing specific words or phrases. This is a great way to generate a precise list of certain subtopics or trends within your overall Tracker. To search, first click through to the listing of all tweets in that Tracker. The search box will be located in the top right corner of that page.
Try searching for:
- Mentions of your competitors
- Positive or negative sentiment words
- Specific product, event, or person
You can also export the list of tweets that match your search query to a CSV file you can open in Excel or other spreadsheet software.
Sort tweets by most retweeted
You can now sort tweets in your Tracker by the most retweeted. This is in addition to sorting by recency and highest exposure. You can do this from a Tracker’s main page or on the tweet listing page. Just click that Most Retweeted Button at the top of the Tracker tweet listing. And don’t forget that you can see who retweeted a particular tweet by clicking the underlined retweet number under any retweeted tweet.
We’re very excited about these new features; we’ve been working really hard to make TweetReach Pro Trackers even more useful for you. Best of all, there are several more cool Pro additions coming in the next two weeks! We’ll keep you posted.