ah you're right it is hiding a bit... I went through the process of regenerating my twitter feed to find it, but you don't need to do that. Just change the url from starting with: https://twitter-atom.appspot.com/atom? to: https://twitter-atom.appspot.com/html? to get the microformats version.

thanks for the feedback as well! Having context above or below sounds like a good setting to add so that people can choose. Happy to look at why your OPML didn't finish importing... is it a public list somewhere I can look at?
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I should have guessed about Twitter-atom, but then when looking at it again I notice that the app itself actually has a radio button toggle for switching between the two! PEBCAK! I keep a number of OPML files available on my website if you want to run some tests. I was honestly surprised that I could even put in a URL to any of them and have your reader begin to pull any of them in. As a caveat for troubleshooting, I’m using the older OPML v1(?) spec built into WordPress and not the more recent one and that may have caused the issue. There may also be some sites listed in some of the files that don’t actually have feeds associated with them and that may be another cause of the problem.
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