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Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Trying out the Twitter embed tweet option

Came across this page from the Twitter development pages: Embedded Tweets

It says that the easiest way to create a bit of code to embed a tweet is to click on the Embed link in the tweet...
I can't see, when I look at a tweet's individual page, any mention of an embed link as they show in the example so I wonder what I'd have to do to make it appear..

At the bottom of the page there are two bits of code and this is one of them - it might embed a tweet, it might not, let's see

2 comments:

  1. Think the reason you can't see the embed link is because you don't have the latest version of Twitter yet. Log out and you shld be able to see the link - that works for me!

    @annindk

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  2. More info here:
    https://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics/topics/182-announcements-and-new-stuff/articles/20169596-how-to-access-twitter-s-new-design

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