Without RSS feeds, it is difficult to use your Twitter data elsewhere. For instance, you can no longer create recipes in IFTTT that get triggered when you post a new tweet. You cannot import your Twitter timeline automatically into your blog. You cannot track Twitter search results for certain keywords in your RSS reader. The following tutorial will help you create Rss feeds for twitter profiles in more flexible and easiest way.
Step 1: Create a new widget1. Go to Twitter → Login your account → Settings
2. Now click on widgets from the left navigation
3. Now click on Create New button [if you didn't create any widget before]
4. Give the height of the widget or keep it default of 600px
5. Also check opt-out of tailoring twitter to help twitter building a great timeline with rich media, tweets, links, and conversations from the people you’re interested in
Once you have created a new widget, note down its ID. You will need the widget ID later while running your script. The ID of a widget can be found in the URL of that widget.
Step 2: Run Google ScriptCreate a copy of the Google Script by clicking here. Click on Run >> Twitter_RSS to start-up the script. Click on Continue, and then Accept to grant permissions to your app.
Step 3: Publish!Now, you're all set and ready to publish. Go to Publish >> Deploy as Web App. Click on the Save New Version button, and then under Who has access to the app, select Anyone, including Anonymous. Now Deploy your app!
Step 4: Get URLYou will now get a URL such as the one below;
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