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Twitter Favorite Tool
Liking other users’ tweets in social media management fosters engagement, builds relationships, and increases visibility. Acknowledging and showing appreciation for others’ content creates a positive and interactive online environment and encourages reciprocity and potential collaboration. Moreover, it signals algorithms that your account is active and engaged, potentially leading to higher reach and exposure for your content. Liking a lot of tweets can be time-consuming, but JARVEE has got you covered with the Twitter Favorite Tool.
Go to the TOOLS tab, select your Twitter account, and navigate to the Favorite tool from the tools on the left.
This is where you configure the tool’s liking behavior and is divided into four subsections: Run Timers, Like Limits, Tweet Filters, and Tweet Replies Filters.
- Decide how many tweets you wish to like per day.
- Specify how many tweets will be liked per operation.
- You may have the tool stop for x-y minutes after completing a-b number of likes.
- Specify the tool’s hours of operation.
- Decide which days you wish to like tweets; you can also choose to alternate between them.
✅ On days that are designated for rotation, JARVEE will choose the same number of days that you initially chose at random. You can choose to omit weekends from the variation if you would prefer to give the tool a break on those days.
- Specify the maximum number of tweets that can be liked in a single day, and JARVEE will choose a random number from the X-Y value you have configured.
- Specify the maximum number of tweets that can be liked in an hour, and JARVEE will choose a random number from the X-Y value you have configured.
- Use this option if you want to have up to X number of maximum likes per account. Once this value is reached, JARVEE will then start unliking older tweets.
Similar to the two timers above, the unlike option also has a daily and hourly limit.
- This lets you search for the latest tweets. If switched off, JARVEE will look at the top tweets.
- This allows you to have a limit on the number of liked tweets per user.
- You have control over the age of tweets to be liked.
- Choose tweets that were retweeted between X and Y times.
- Choose tweets with X to Y likes.
- You may ignore tweets if they contain a word that you feel is unsuitable for your audience and profile.
- You may skip liking retweets.
- You may also skip posts marked sensitive by Twitter, but you should enable this setting from your Twitter account first.
- There’s an option to only consider tweets with images or videos.
- Additionally, you have the option to avoid tweets containing links.
Tweet Replies Filters
The below filters only apply to liking tweet replies.
- You have control over the age of tweet replies to be liked.
- Choose replies that were retweeted between X and Y times.
- Choose replies with X to Y likes.
- You may ignore replies if they contain a word that you feel is unsuitable for your audience and profile.
Here’s where you specify which tweets or replies will be liked by JARVEE.
- Like Posts by Keywords – enter your specified keywords, and JARVEE will look up tweets containing them. You may use Twitter’s Advanced Search Operators for this source.
- Like specific posts based on URL – add your preferred URL sources, and Jarvee will like tweets from them. This can be a Twitter user URL, a search URL, another user’s liked tweets URL, or a specific tweet URL.
- Like from custom URL –
- Like posts from specified accounts followers – use this source to like tweets from specific account’s followers or followings.
- Like tweet replies based on URL – this will target replies made to the tweet URLs you added
- Like tweet replies from specific account – this will target replies made by the Twitter accounts you listed
All of the successful likes that your account made are located here.
- DATE: The time the tweet was liked.
- #LIKES: How many likes did this tweet receive when it was liked by your account.
- #REPINS: How many retweets did this account receive when it was liked by your account.
- KEYWORD: the source from which this action was taken
- USERNAME: The account of the user whose tweet was liked is identified.
- FOLLOWED BACK: This lets you know if the user has followed your account after the like was made.
- UNLIKED: Will show true if the item was unliked or not, and false if otherwise.
- LINK: This button has action options including DELETE, BROWSE (open in an external browser), and BROWSE EMBEDDED. If you wish to copy the tweet’s URL, you may also click the COPY action button.
Unliking tweets liked manually
By default, JARVEE only records the likes that it made. If you are aiming to unlike the tweets you made outside of JARVEE, you need to use the option ‘Import likes you have done manually’. JARVEE will then go through the /likes page of your Twitter account. A scroll time is indicated, which controls how long JARVEE will scroll on your likes page. In that case, the option to Set the date for the extracted user to X days ago has nothing to do with adding more users. This value is used to distinguish the extracted items.
From the sample below, you’ll notice that the manual extractions made have EXTRACTED as a keyword
💡 You must extend the scroll time (which is set by default to 300 seconds or 5 minutes) to extract older followings. We really won’t suggest that you increase this any further because social media platforms interpret prolonged scrolling on a given page as an indication of automation and will either stop displaying results or end with a timeout error. Additionally, social media platforms have limits on the number of items that can be displayed per page, so you can’t extract all of the liked items at once.
Ensure first that all previously extracted items have been unlike (there should be a ‘True’ value under the UNLIKED column). After which you can perform another extraction to obtain the older like.
For example, you only want to have a maximum of 25 liked tweets while you currently have 277 items liked. After JARVEE extracts the manually liked entries, it will then perform unlikes instead of likes.