Engagement Builder is constantly looking to improve User Experience and User Satisfaction. One of the ways we’re doing that is through filters. Engagement Builder offers 9 different filters to help you craft the best possible timeline and to help you increase your productivity and growth.
Exclude if has my likes #
“Exclude if has my like” filter is present in every feature except the Search for Keywords.
This filter excludes any tweets you have liked in Engagement Builder or on Twitter. It is beneficial with replies and mentions, especially if you have a lot of them. Also, since usually we like (mark as liked) everything we reply to, this will prevent showing the replies and mentions you have already replied to.
Exclude if has media #
“Exclude if has media” filter is present in every feature.
It excludes every tweet that has any type of media in it. This helps load the chosen feature faster, but you can also miss some tweets.
We recommend keeping this filter always on, as it is by default.
Date published #
“Date published” is available in every feature except Search for Keywords.
This filter returns tweets based on their age. The default value varies depending on the feature. For Replies and Mentions, it’s 4 days, but for Expand your Network and Twitter Lists it’s 7 days.
You can pick 9 different values for this filter:
- today – tweets that have been published in the last 24 hrs
- 1-7 days – tweets that have been published in the last X days, respectively
- unlimited – tweets that have been published at any point in time
The larger the number the longer it takes to load the feature. We have optimized the best ratio between the time it takes to load and the number of tweets it returns.
Max tweets per user #
“Max tweets per user” is available within the Expand Your Network, Top Fans, and Twitter Lists features.
This filter is completely necessary within this feature. It allows you to pick how many tweets you can see by a single user in a single session.
This is really helpful because the smaller amount of tweets you select by the user the larger amount of different users will be visible to you.
This filter will help you if you want to broaden your network faster (then you should have fewer tweets per user) or if you want to establish a better connection from the beginning (more tweets per single user).
Min. followers #
“Min. followers” filter is available within the Search for Keyword feature.
It helps you filter our users with smaller followers number. This is helpful when you’re looking for viral tweets, but it can also be helpful to remove tweets from bots.
Max. followers #
“Max followers” filter is present within the Search for Keyword feature.
This filter helps you select the maximum amount of followers of accounts for your search query. It is helpful when you’re looking for viral tweets from more successful accounts, but not too big, from your niche.
Top tweets #
“Top Tweets” add-on is available within Expand Your Network, Top Fans, and Twitter Lists features.
This filter sorts tweets by their success (impressions, likes, RTs, and comments) on Twitter. It works along with a sorting filter. E.g. if you picked Top tweets and sort from Newest to Oldest it will return the most successful tweets in their timeframes. If there are 2 tweets published within an hour the first you’ll see is the one that has better success on Twitter.
- Latest tweets
Latest tweets #
“Latest Tweets” add-on is available within Expand Your Network, Top Fans, and Twitter Lists features.
Instead of showing tweets based on their performance, as the Top tweets filter does, the Latest tweets shows tweets based on their age and in combination with Max. tweets per user filter.
It is also affected by Sorting, as is Top tweets.
There are two ways in which you can sort your tweets. The first way is by their “age”, how long ago they were published, and the second way is by the number of followers of the person who wrote that tweet.
You can sort tweets either by “Newest” or by “Oldest”. The Newest will show the latest tweets first, while the Oldest will show older tweets first.
You can sort tweets by number of followers of their authors. You can pick either “Most followers” or “Least followers”. If you pick the Most followers, first, you will see tweets by the people with most followers. Otherwise, if you pick the Least followers, first, you will see tweets by authors that have least followers on that list of tweets.