Reviews: Sky Follower Bridge

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Jalen FolfMay 14, 2024

If you can get past the false positives it may provide, Sky Follower Bridge is a perfect connection tool for cross-site following. I've been able to refollow peeps on Bluesky with ease.

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Przemyslaw GrabowiczMar 7, 2024

It's a gem!

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Peter LiepmannFeb 20, 2024

Great extension- Suggestion- add a function to 'Follow all' the matches, if that's possible.

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Purav PatelFeb 8, 2024

Amazingly useful tool, just need to auto-follow all and help automate the past part of the procedure. I have 2000+ people to follow. Maybe run this in the background for me. I recommend this to anyone switching over to Bluesky.

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Brian FitzgeraldFeb 8, 2024

BOOM. That feeling when your bluesky feed offers up a new follower who has posted the exact tool you've been looking for. THANK YOU! (Pssst, for the improvements queue: "Follow All")

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Marsha ShaimanJan 15, 2024

This worked well once I realized the following page is not the following feed.

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Cody WaltonJan 8, 2024

Works well and is easy to use. Please do a similiar plugin for Threads.

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Erinn SzarekJan 2, 2024

works well

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W M (no)Jan 1, 2024

Works great, but maybe would be better to just hide the ones without a hit. Initially hesitant on providing a password, but thankfully Bluesky has a nice temporary App password feature. Make sure to use that (Username: @x.bsky.social, Password: settings -> App passwords) instead. Maybe a tooltip within the login would help prevent users from accidentally using their actual password. You can't really expect people to know what an 'app password' is.

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Mathew LowryDec 31, 2023

Probably a bit churlish to only give 3 stars, as the UX problems are probably Twitter's fault, not the developers. You should know: a) clicking on the 'followers' tab is not enough - you must go to your_account/following (as @kawamataryo.bsky.social patiently explained to me) b) it will process ~20 of your followers at a time, you'll have to decide whether to follow each one individually and then click "find more" to get another ~20 or so. So if you follow a few thousand this is not a short j... Show more

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