How to Get Twitter Tweets to My Facebook
Social networking is a popular way to keep in touch with friends, promote your business, keep up with breaking news or connect to like-minded individuals across the globe. It can be time-consuming and inconvenient, however, to manage multiple social media accounts. Facebook and Twitter have teamed up to allow you to link your accounts. By enabling this feature through Facebook's Twitter application, your tweets automatically become your Facebook status. You can also utilize the Selective Tweets application, which allows you to choose which tweets are sent to Facebook.
Link All Tweets to Facebook Status
Log into your Facebook profile. Search "Twitter" in the field at the top of the Web page. From the search results, select the option for the Twitter application, denoted by a picture of a blue bird.
Type your Twitter username and password into the designated fields (if you are already logged into Twitter, you do not need to complete this step). Click the blue "Allow" button to link the two accounts.
Check the "Facebook Profile" check box. When you tweet from your Twitter account, your Facebook status is automatically updated to show your tweet.
Link Selected Tweets to Facebook Status
Log into Facebook and type "Selective Tweets" into the Search field. Choose the Selective Tweets application from the results list.
Locate the text field preceded by the @ sign. Type your Twitter username into the field and click the "Save" button.
Log into your Twitter account. Type the hashtag "#fb" at the end of your tweet to send it to Facebook.
Tips & Warnings
- The Twitter app's automatic update feature does not apply to replies, direct messages or retweets.
- Adjust your preferences for the Selective Tweets app by clicking on the "Settings" tab on the application page.