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Show Which Lists a Person is a Member of...

Make it easier to know if they need to be added to a list, or are already one, and if so, which one. This would obviously only be for lists that I've subscribed to.

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    Matthew KettlewellMatthew Kettlewell shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Jason SmithJason Smith shared a merged idea: When creating lists from large number of followers: show unlisted followers so we can easily resume where we left off  ·   · 
    Gabriel KaplanGabriel Kaplan shared a merged idea: See if a contact is not assigned to a Twitter list.  ·   · 
    Wendy YuenWendy Yuen shared a merged idea: Make it easy to see who is already allocated to twitter lists  ·   · 
    Zoe GilbertsonZoe Gilbertson shared a merged idea: allow the ability to remove people from lists  ·   · 

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      • Monica @ Travel GlitterMonica @ Travel Glitter commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I know this has been under review for a while, but I'd like to bump it back up. As as my lists grow and I update/split them, it would be nice to have a check box feature (similar to the one Twitter itself does) where you can easily click/unclick a user into or out of a list. Now if I want to move a user from one list to another it's a several step process with hootsuite. Thanks. (Sorry for the anonymous tag, I hit send to fast, and now can't get back to the screen to add my name) -- Monica

      • Deborah M CooperDeborah M Cooper commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Being able to easily audit my contacts to see who is on multiple lists, or not assigned to any list, would be very useful. Matthew and Maria's suggestions would cover this request.

      • Maria HaganMaria Hagan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Please add a column in the contacts view for people we follow that displays the list each person has been assigned to or not. This would make it easier to see if we have a person we follow that we have not assigned to a list. Don't want to miss tweets of people I follow, but with over 500, I cannot be sure I have everyone in a list. Thanks

      • merlinoxmerlinox commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        In people profile panel, add to list shows only private list, not also public personal list (twitter). Please check it.

      • AdamAdam commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree with this. Since having somebody in a list isn't necessarily tied to following them - it'd be useful to see which list a contact is/isn't in from their profile view - DASHBOARD AND MOBILE!!!!!

        For somebody that uses lists a lot - unfollowing somebody isn't enough - I need to be able to remove them from my list(s) which can currently only be done in one place (dashboard/contacts). Having this capability (viewing/adding/deleting lists) wherever you follow/unfollow users (usually their profile view) will help eliminate a lot of extra steps - ESPECIALLY VIA MOBILE!!!

      • dadepfandadepfan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I just need to know which of MY lists my followers have been assigned to (by me). I did not discover lists until after I had 200 followers and it is difficult to make list assignments if I do not see who is on a list and who is not.

      • Dave HootSuiteDave HootSuite commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        One way you can remove people from lists is to go to your Contacts page > Select a list > click user avatar of someone in the list to pull down menu and you'll see an option to remove from list.

        Does this help or do you seek another method?

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