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Topic # 138406 2-Jan-2014 22:48 Send private message



With twitter now you can upload an image and it will show in your stream. Sounds great!

Yoono is a great app and saves heaps of time

They include a function that drops a bar that allows you to choose the image you would like to appear NOT the image you would like  a link to in your tweet
This is great and would save me alot of time
BUT IT DOESNT work
I have tried it on the desktop in chrome and in firefox no go

SO do you use a app that allows you to choose an image from the page you are browsing that will then include said image and display in your tweet stream said image







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  Reply # 960498 3-Jan-2014 06:47 Send private message

Uploading of images to Twitter is not new or have I missed something?






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  Reply # 960502 3-Jan-2014 07:44 Send private message

johnr: Uploading of images to Twitter is not new or have I missed something?



Display of them in the thread is




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  Reply # 960504 3-Jan-2014 07:45 Send private message

Don't think it's new






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  Reply # 960673 3-Jan-2014 13:20 Send private message

johnr: Don't think it's new



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  Reply # 960679 3-Jan-2014 13:25 Send private message

Tuesday, October 29, 2013






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  Reply # 960712 3-Jan-2014 14:22 Send private message

johnr: Tuesday, October 29, 2013


Ok! a few months old Sheesshh!




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  Reply # 960716 3-Jan-2014 14:28 Send private message

OK I have a solution
Its a bit round about but hey "Don't You Judge Me!"

1. set up in wordpress a plugin called social-networks-auto-poster

2. connect that to your twitter account you want to send to

3. add scribefire editor to browser

4. connect to your blog

5. find what you want to tweet right click select "blog this"

6. Ppost to your blog and it will then auto post including picture to your tweet

The test tweet i am using to see reesult is @gnfbtm

In the words of Elvis "Thank You very Much!"




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  Reply # 960747 3-Jan-2014 14:41 Send private message

Have you tried tweetcaster?

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