As well as improving the overall look of the pages, Twitter has added a way to include descriptions to each of your lists, something I felt was an oversight back in my original look at the feature.
It’s absolutely worth taking a moment to accurately add a brief note to each of your lists. Give people a reason to sign up.
This naturally will lead to a better way to search lists, too – it’s much easier to interpret a sentence or two than it is (what is often) a fairly non-descriptive list name.
Moreover, this may well be the final nail in the coffin of #followfriday.
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