Link Twitter to Facebook

Link Twitter To Facebook - Connect your Twitter account to your Facebook account to post your tweets and retweets on your Timeline or Page instantly. The Twitter for Facebook application does not upload replies and also direct messages on your Timeline and also cannot alter your Facebook status. You can transform the personal privacy setups of the Twitter application on Facebook to restrict that sees your tweets and retweets. If you unlink both accounts, you can erase all your Twitter task from the Timeline.

Link Twitter To Facebook.

Open the Twitter Applications page (web link in Resources), click the "Connect to Facebook" switch, log in to your Facebook account-- if you are not currently visited-- and follow the instructions in the new internet browser window to link the accounts. To link Twitter to a Facebook page, click the "Enable" web link in the Facebook Connect section of the Applications page, check the "blog post to my Facebook page" box and also choose the page from the drop-down menu.

Modification the Privacy Setups or Unlink the Accounts.

Open the "Facebook App Settings" web page (link in Resources), mouse over the "Twitter" application and afterwards click the pencil icon. Modification the post target market from the "Application visibility as well as article audience" drop-down food selection as well as click "Conserve."

To unlink Twitter from Facebook, mouse over the "Twitter" application on the Facebook App Setups web page and also click the "X" symbol. Inspect "Erase all your Twitter task on Facebook" if you wish to get rid of all Twitter articles from your Timeline and also click "Remove.".

Troubleshoot Link Issues.

If tweets no more appear on your Timeline, separate the 2 accounts, clear your internet browser cache and also cookies, and afterwards link the accounts once again. If your Facebook good friends can't see your tweets and also retweets, change Twitter's privacy setups from the Facebook App Setups page.

Your pop-up blocker software application may block the new Internet internet browser window when you click the "Connect to Facebook" button or the "Permit" link. Facebook, Twitter or the app might create some problems; try again after a few minutes.