Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

TweetChat Guide for #InterFaithChat


Published on

New to Twitter-based chats? Need a quick refresher? Here's an easy-peasy guide specifically for Tuesday night's InterFaith Chat.

Published in: Social Media
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

TweetChat Guide for #InterFaithChat

  1. 1. Tweetchat Guide for #InterfaithChat An easy-peasy guide created by Meredith Gould (@meredithgould) April 2018 ©2018 Meredith Gould
  2. 2. Intention: To be a public digital space where people from many faith traditions may safely share, explore, and learn with/from one another. Hashtag: #InterfaithChat 2 Weekly on Tuesday Night 9:00 PM Eastern | 7:00PM Central |5:00PM Pacific
  3. 3. Tweetchat!  Regularly scheduled Twitter-based conversations.  Use a hashtag (#) to identify tweets during chats and find conversation in between chats.  Build community among those with common interests. 3
  4. 4. Hashtags (#)  Identify topic-specific tweets before, during, and after chats.  Help catalog and archive tweets.  Can be monitored for trending. #InterfaithChat 4
  5. 5. Getting Started Best and easiest ways to participate: Tweetdeck:  Makes it easier to monitor a single column  Allows for DM’s (direct messages) Tweetchat:  Automatically adds the hashtag 5
  6. 6. 6
  7. 7. 7 Quick Use Buttons Start here by typing your comment
  8. 8. TweetDeck ProTip: Keep column open to monitor conversation in between formal chats! 8 Set up hashtag column
  9. 9. Format 60 minutes:  5-10 minutes self-introductions and reviewing rules of engagement.  40 minutes focusing on one main topic with subtopics at moderator’s discretion.  5-10 minutes of participants’ closing thoughts.  Closes with blessings. ProTip: Arrive when you can, leave when you must! 9
  10. 10. Participate!  Introduce yourself when prompted by chat moderator.  Reply with “Q1” or “Q1a” to help people follow the conversation.  Contribute . . . or simply observe .  Re-tweet (RT) to emphasize/endorse. 10 Please: Remember to add the hashtag, #InterfaithChat
  11. 11. Rules of Engagement Be curious, generous, tolerant, and kind. 11
  12. 12. After the Chat . . .  Add new-to-you tweeple to your network.  Stay in touch between chats by posting #InterfaithChat-tagged content on Twitter. 12 Want to Moderate #InterFaith Chat? Contact: @meredithgould