RoundTeam: new special filter <exact_match>

We are happy to announce new and shiny special filter for RoundTeam. From now on your retweets will be even more targeted!

By default, when you set up item to be retweeted, RoundTeam will make a retweet even if some part of the word matched. For example, if RoundTeam is configured to retweet mention @RoundTeam, it will also retweet mention @RoundTeam_pulse, @RoundTeam_Info etc. Special filter <exact_match> is useful when you’d like to retweet exactly what is configured in dashboard.

Use <exact_match> filter to retweet exactly what is written:

6 thoughts on “RoundTeam: new special filter <exact_match>

    • Hi Marvin,
      This rule can be applied for any retweet item, such as: keyword, #hashtag, @mention. You need to add desirable retweet item first, then apply filter for it - if you want retweet only this item without variations.

  1. Further my last message, i got 2 rules as follows:
    want to know if one single rule as @Chitre is enough (to cover the two above described items).

    • @mentions and #hashtags are completely different retweet items - they can’t replace each other. If you’ll add @Chitre and apply to it, as a result you will get retweets containing only @Chitre, even no @Chitreanos, and for sure no #Chitre.
      You can drop us a line to [email protected] explaining the result you’d like to get using RoundTeam and we’ll do our best to suggest correct settings for your retweets.

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