Twitter was one of the foundational services available on IFTTT, and with over 25 billion Applet runs, it’s clear that this social media platform is a favorite for IFTTTers.
Twitter is used every day by billions of people around the world to connect, share their thoughts, and spread news. With so many users and 6000 tweets a second, it can be tough to stay up to date with what is going on and to make sure you don’t miss a beat.
Most popular Applets
The top Twitter Applets connect various social media platforms, automating your actions between media and cutting down on time spent posting and reposting the same content. In addition, IFTTT is an easy way to keep up with specific Twitter accounts or hashtags.
Saving your own tweets, mentions, and hashtags allows you to maintain objective records of the content you are sharing online. By sending your tweets to a Google Sheet, or saving images you share in Dropbox, you can have an easy way to review your past content or reference it if necessary.
Share content across platforms
Send your tweets directly to Facebook, or send your Instagram photos to Twitter without pressing a single other button.
Twitter users you follow
Users and hashtags that matter to you can be easily monitored and streamlined by sending the information you want to whatever platform. Share tweets from your favorite gamer to your server on Discord, or keep track of your competitor by sending their tweets to Slack.
Track mentions or send an automatic tweet to a new follower to connect with other users online.