As of June 11, 2013, Twitter has officially shut down v1 of their API. This means tons of plugins and other services such as IFTTT can no longer connect to the Twitter API like they used to. In addition, Twitter has officially decided on JSON as their response format. This service allows you to convert any API call to an RSS+XML format, readable by RSS readers and other XML clients.
Sign up with your Twitter ID. You'll be able to access your timeline, mentions, and more. We will take care of all of the OAuth tokens and header headaches that come with the Twitter v1.1 API.
Take a look at the Twitter API Documentation and decide on an API call you would like to get an RSS feed for. Unlike some other services that only get you your timeline, Tweet-2-RSS allows you to take any Twitter v1.1 API call and get an RSS feed URL for it.
Build your RSS Feed URL using our simple URL Builder. This URL will be usable by other applications to get the RSS feed even if you aren't logged in to Twitter. You can add it to Feedly or IFTTT as an RSS Trigger to emulate the old Twitter Trigger.
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