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Multiple Hashtags in a TweetDeck column

BbWorld 14 Update: Another hashtag to follow is #BbWorldK12Live.

Is it #BbWorld14 or #BbWorld2014? The official hashtag is #BbWorld14, but don’t miss out on any of the tweets by searching multiple hashtags in TweetDeck. When modifying or creating a column, use “#BbWorld14 OR #BbWorld2014” (without the quotes). This search query will populate your feed with all tweets that are using the hashtag #BbWorld14 OR #BbWorld2014. You may also choose to include the hashtag #BbWorld, but that will probably return more tweets about the Blackberry App Store than the Blackboard conference.

This same search operation can be used on Twitter (Desktop & App).

Steps

  1. Open the Column Settings

    To access the column settings, click the slider icon located at the top right of the column.

  2. Add your Search Query

    Enter your search query in the “matching” field.

    TweetDeck Column Settings

Eric Silva

Eric is an Instructional Technologist overseeing Online Student Support Initiatives at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and a graduate from Boise State University. Learn more about me.

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  • […] UPDATE: Another hashtag to follow is #BbWorldK12Live. Is it #BbWorld14 or #BbWorld2014? The official hashtag is #BbWorld14, but don't miss out on any of the tweets by searching multiple hashtags in TweetDeck. When modifying or creating a column use "#BbWorld14 OR #BbWorld2014." This search query will populate your feed with all tweets that are using the hashtag #BbWorld14 or #BbWorld2014. You may also choose to include the hashtag #BbWorld, but that will probably return more tweets about the Blackberry App Store than the Blackboard conference. This same search operation can be used on Twitter (Desktop & App).  […]