Refollow is a dynamic Twitter tool that lets you discover, protect and manage relationships on Twitter. You can login with your Twitter account information or via Twitter OAuth (the more secure option). Once you login you’ll see avatar view of all of your friends and followers on Twitter. Refollow will only load a small amount of people. If you follow a large amount, you’ll have to keep loading more people in increments. Alternately, you can choose to load them all at once, though it will take a few minutes.
You can sort your friends and followers by: last tweet, tweet count, screen name, follow count, and friend count. Hovering over a person’s avatar will show some information pertaining to them (as seen below).
There are many different filters that can be checked off in order to give you a better view of your friends and followers. For instance, you can view people who you are following but haven’t tweeted in a certain number of days. Below you’ll see pictures all of the different filter options to choose from.
You can also select as many user as you want in order to complete bulk actions such as following, unfollowing, blocking, locking or unlocking. Additionally, you can choose to select a page or select all of your friends and followers.
You can also see which followers you may have in common. For instance, you can choose to display all users who are following or are being following by any specific Twitter user. You can also display all users who have ever @mentioned you.
Refollow is definitely a tool that is very handy for performing bulk actions, especially if you have a lot of friends and followers on Twitter. Sorting by last tweet can also help you clean out your followers since you’ll be about to see those who haven’t tweeted in awhile. For those who like to unfollow those that are not following you back, this is another great use for this tool.
Are there any other features that you’d like to see added to Refollow?