Try it yourself

Enter your Twitter handle and at least one sitemap, RSS feed or webpage from a website you're interested in and we'll generate a timeline showing what your Twitter profile could look like with Cohoist Autopilot. Need help finding a sitemap? Try our Sitemap Finder or select one of our preset configurations.

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This form creates a mock timeline showing what the automatic article tweeting feature of Cohoist Autopilot can do for your Twitter profile. Select a preset configuration or customize your own by following these steps:

Step 1: Enter your Twitter handle

Step 2: Enter a sitemap for a website you're interested in. Need help finding a sitemap? Use our Sitemap Finder. Entering a sitemap will give you the best results, but if you can't find a sitemap, go ahead and enter an RSS feed or a webpage.

Step 3: Enter the Twitter handle associated with the sitemap in Step 2. Instead of tagging a Twitter account, you could put a #hashtag in this field and we'll add the hashtag to your tweets on occasion.

Each Sitemap URL has an associated Twitter Handle field, but this field is entirely optional. This is where you'll place the Twitter Handle of the website associated with the corresponding sitemap. If the sitemap is yours, if you never want to tag the account, or if you don't know the Twitter handle, leave the Twitter handle box blank. We'll tag the account you add in the Twitter Handle fields to some of your tweets, but not all of them. This is intentional to give your Twitter feed more of a random, authentic feel.

How does Cohoist Autopilot use these websites?

This page runs a demo of Cohoist Autopilot to generate a sample timeline for your profile. Once you join us, you can set up to 10 websites on your configuration page and Cohoist Autopilot will choose one and begin looking for an article on that website. Once it finds a good article, it will look for the og:description, twitter:description and meta description cards embedded in the source code of the article. Some websites don't have these cards. If that's the case, we'll tweet the title card or the first h1 tag.

What else can Cohoist Autopilot do?

Once you join, you can also select up to 10 of your favorite Twitter users and we'll automatically retweet their best tweets for you to help you gain more exposure. Our article tweeting and our user retweeting features can be configured to post at whatever time you want, however many times per day you want.

If you're ever unsatisfied with the tweets we publish, simply updated your sitemap configuration page. A different set of sitemaps may be a better fit for you!

Pro Tip:

Do you prefer the articles from one website more than the others? When you join, you can enter the same sitemap into more than one box on your configuration page and our article selection algorithm will increase the probability that an article will be tweeted from that sitemap.

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