Formulists: To Try it or Not

Recently I have noticed many of the lists I am added to on Twitter are created by a new service called Formulists. Personally, I have not tried out this new service because I am not sure how I honestly feel about having an outside source create a list for me. When I create a list on Twitter I add people for a particular reason, and I know exactly who I have added to those lists. With Formulists I have a feeling it is a lot different. Especially since they are referred to as “self-updating” lists.

With a self-updating list you would constantly have to see who has been added and removed from a list, compared to a list you created on your own. I have been up in the air lately if I actually want to test this service out or not, so I have created a poll and would love feedback from you guys!

Thanks for taking my poll! I will write another post to let you guys know what I have decided to go with.

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7 thoughts on “Formulists: To Try it or Not

  1. No. Formulists are crap. I found a dude the other with a thousand lists, mostly formulists. It was impossible to find anything actually meaningful in his lists. Socialising with bots is strictly for the braindead and the clueless.

  2. Thanks for your feedback! That is a huge reason why I do not want to use Formulists. I feel like a lot of people are using it to up their list adds, but I do not see the point in it. Like you said, it is like a bot. I guess it all boils down to your own personal opinion about Formulists.

  3. I just added one list via this service, but I only have one more list available for me to create – darn Twitter still hasn’t gotten a clue and raised the 20 list limit! Boooo! Talk about a downer… I really prefer to be more organized!

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