Does anyone know if there is a way to leverage the
SocialFollowingManager() class or the
SPList() class to efficiently get a collection of all of the users that follow a specific List?
I thought about trying
SPList().GetItems(), but I'm not getting the users who follow the list, just the list items.
The only way I can think to do this is to iterate through the entire userbase, create a
SocialFollowingManager() for each user, and then leverage the
SocialFollowingManager().IsFollowed(SPSocialActor targetList) method to see if that individual user is following the list.
I can't imagine that there doesn't exist a more efficient way to do this... has anyone had experience with this before?