Looking for a way to automatically import all of your tweets into ThreadStart? Look no further! Tweet sync allows you to automatically import all of your tweets into ThreadStart. This is a fantastic method to keep your content in one place and makes it easy to search for old tweets or analyze your tweet history.
Tweet Sync: what is it and how does it work?
With Tweet Sync activated ThreadStart will make sure to import every tweet you are sending. No matter if you send it from the app on your phone, the Twitter website or Tweetdeck - all your tweets will be synchronized and show up in ThreadStart. You don't need to do a thing!
ThreadStart will regularly check your content and import all tweets that are new. This way you can tweet from whichever platform you want and be sure that your tweets will show up in ThreadStart.
Benefits of using Tweet Sync
By automatically importing your tweets into ThreadStart, you can take advantage of all of ThreadStart's features for tweet analysis and management. For example, you can see analytics for your imported tweets, mark these same tweets as evergreen, or view a history of your best content. Tweet sync is a great way to get the most out of ThreadStart!
How do I set it up for my account?
If you're interested in using tweet sync, all you need to do is log into your ThreadStart account and go to your accounts settings page. From there, you can enable tweet sync for your account. Once tweet sync is enabled, all of your tweets will be automatically imported into ThreadStart!
There are a few things to keep in mind when using tweet sync. First, tweet sync is only available for ThreadStart users on our paid plans. Second, tweet sync will only be able to import a few thousand of your past tweets, due to some limitations by Twitter. If you have lots of tweets older than that, don't worry, I'm already working on a solution for that as well!
FAQs about Tweet Sync
Q: What happens if I tweet something and then delete it?
A: If you tweet something and then delete it, that tweet will not be imported into ThreadStart.
Q: How often does ThreadStart check for new tweets?
A: ThreadStart checks for new tweets multiple times an hour.
Q: Can I import tweets from more than one account?
A: Yes! You can import tweets from multiple Twitter accounts as long as you have tweet sync enabled for each account.
Q: How do I know if tweet sync is working?
A: You can check the status of tweet sync in your account settings. If tweet sync is working, you should see a blue button next to the tweet sync setting. If tweet sync is not activated, you'll see a gray button next to the tweet sync setting.
I'm happy to answer any other questions you might have about tweet sync. Just tweet at me or send me an email! And if you're not using ThreadStart yet, what are you waiting for? Try it out now and see how Tweet Sync can help you get the most out of your tweets!