Twitter Instagram Link
Creating the Connection
Opening your profile in the Instagram app, picking the gear symbol and selecting "Share Settings" presents a checklist of accounts with which you could share. Tapping "Twitter" and after that verifying your choice allows you to show to Twitter. Even if you've formerly done this, the option to toggle the connection on or off might not always appear in the Settings application. You could solve that issue by tapping "Twitter" from the Instagram application's Share Settings, choosing "Unlink" then reconnecting the accounts. Once connected, select "Twitter" from iPhone's Settings application to locate the slider that toggles the connection.
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Once upon a time, it was easy to share your Instagram pictures through Twitter. But nowadays, sharing your Instagram pictures straight to Twitter simply tweets out an uninteresting old web link, not that fav-worthy picture you just took.
No fears-- there's a very easy fix.
IFTTT, brief for "If This Then That" is a program that lets you develop "triggers" for your various apps. IFTTT has great deals of terrific applications, but one of them is sharing Instagram photos natively on Twitter again.
To do so, you can develop a recipe-- IFTTT's name for its triggers-- for uploading a picture to Twitter every time you take a photo with Instagram.
Initially, check out IFTTT's website and also develop an account. After that, visit this link and also turn on the recipe. You'll after that be asked to activate your Twitter and Instagram accounts, which you need to proceed and also do. After that, the service will basically connect those 2 accounts, sending a tweet every single time you post a brand-new picture to Instagram.
A few cautions: This configuration can be a little slow-moving, so worry not if your photos do not appear on Twitter promptly after you post them on Instagram. And if you intend to momentarily turn off the auto-posting, download and install IFTTT's mobile app, which lets you turn recipes on and off on an impulse.