So, while the information below will provide you the step-by-step of uploading a Facebook status to Twitter, be cognizant of the safety issues that may develop. In the actions below, I'll show you how to examine the protection prior to you also post, to see if it's worth sharing.
Post Twitter To Facebook
Actions For Sharing A Facebook Post To Twitter
1) Start by finding the Post you want to share. For this Post, I'll be sharing the link to the "Stinky Fish Difficulty" video. If you have not enjoyed it currently, do not enjoy it while you are eating lunch. BELIEVE ME.
2) Next, click the link to the date/time that the Post was released. This will certainly take you to the individual Post, rather than revealing it in your timeline or in the timeline of the Facebook web page you are viewing.
3) Before you share the Post, check the privacy settings to see whether it is even worth sharing. If it's very limited, it will most likely just annoy your Twitter followers, so stick to those posts that display a world symbol. This implies that the Post shows up to everyone.
4) If the personal privacy settings are fine, just pick the LINK in the browser and duplicate it. Due to the fact that you are on the web page dedicated to this certain video clip, photo, or Post this URL will lead your Twitter fans directly to the material you intend to share. In this instance, the URL for the video I am sharing is https://www.facebook.com/BigJoeInsurance/videos/1422969431075632/
5) Finally, head over to Twitter and produce your Post. Just paste the URL into the tweet if you intend to allow Twitter to reduce it. If you want to reduce the link yourself, you can constantly utilize a tool like http://Goo.gl or http://bit.ly. In my case, I reduced it with Hootsuite's Ow.ly shortener.
6) Click the Tweet button and also the Facebook Post will be shown to your Twitter fans.
Linking Your Tweets to Facebook
1. Click the profile icon in the leading right corner of your Twitter display. Click "Settings" from the drop-down menu - (http://twitter.com/settings/applications).
2. Click "Profile" on the left side of the screen.
3. Click the "Post your Tweets to Facebook" switch below the display.
4. Click the "Sign in to Facebook and connect your accounts" button.
5. Enter your Facebook email address as well as password if prompted.
6. Click the "Log In with Facebook" switch.
7. Click the "Allow" button. Your Facebook profile is validated and then connected to your Twitter account.