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Is your Twitter feed out of control? Let's take a look at a free tool that'll help you track twitter topics, and get your feed organized once and for all!

How to Track Twitter Topics Efficiently

Track Twitter topics efficiently with TweetDeck.

In the above 3-Minute Classroom Problem Solver video, SimpleK12 Teacher Learning Community trainer Jerry Swiatek explains how you can use TweetDeck to streamline and organize your Twitter feed.

There are a lot of benefits to using TweetDeck to manage your Twitter account. Jerry focuses on creating a stream on your feed that combines search results. This means you can follow a set of specific hashtags or keywords all in one organized stream, instead of searching and re-searching Twitter attempting to stay updated with the most relevant information.

Check out Top Tools for Taming the Onslaught of Social Media Info to learn about more ideas on organizing your social media accounts and get them working for you. This training video explores several tools that can help you organize all of the great resources and ideas that are shared through social media. Join SimpleK12 trainer Jayme Linton as she explores how you can make the best use of Twitter, Tweetdeck, Pocket, and If This Then That to learn and stay organized.

What do you like to use Twitter for? Are you experienced with TweetDeck? Share your experiences in a comment on this article.

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About our How to Track Twitter Topics Efficiently Presenter:
Jerry Swiatek is a Google Certified Innovator, as well as a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer. He works with teachers and students helping them integrate technology into their classrooms. Click here to look at more videos from Jerry.

About the Author
Kimber Thompson is a Lead Moderator for SimpleK12 webinars and a Contributing Editor for SimpleK12.com. She writes frequently about education topics, and is passionate about tools and techniques that inspire young learners. You may reach her with ideas and comments at editor@simplek12.com.