Twitter is a great way to see what’s happening.
To bypass filter bubbles though and get some more nuanced information, it may be interesting to see Twitter from another perspective.
This is what Otherside was invented for: to let you create a list based on the accounts another user follows, so you can experience Twitter from their perspective.
This is a great way to be in the shoes of celebrities from all fields of course — be it President Obama, Taylor Swift or LeBron James — as well as people you personally know or just about anyone else.
As Social Media Managers, this is particularly useful for us to get inspired and find new post ideas and new accounts to follow.
All you need to do is visit Otherside.site, sign in with Twitter and create your first list.
A word of caution however: due to Twitter limitations, lists cannot contain more than 5,000 accounts, private accounts you don’t follow “on your side” will be skipped and you may be able to follow only up to 1,000 accounts per day.
Have fun 😉
Bonus: if you liked Otherside, you will love Being, a similar app for Instagram.