This is a small thing, but one that can be saved. Well, if you’re tired of having your Instagram feed screenscaped tweets for the most part and a messy mashup of redistributed ticks, those things probably won’t go away, but one will look even better. Twitter has just added the ability to share a tweet directly to the Instagram store, allowing you to accurately port your smarter cross-platform moments. You can’t tap whites to get back on Twitter, but they look great now. Unfortunately for Android users, it’s just iOS right now.
The new cross-platform feature is just a small sample of the recent surge in Twitter product sales – increasing pressure on investors who have blamed the company for ousting its CEO, Jack Dorsey. Users have added two more key features to the ability to monetize their tweets: paid subscriptions and ticketed events known as “super followers”. Twitter users have long waited for the laundry list for life’s short life tweets, an event that often takes the form of a whole team of journalists complaining about how you can’t edit tweets. But if it can maintain momentum, Twitter may eventually be ready to deliver. See, doesn’t it look beautiful?
If you’re someone who likes to share tweets on your Instagram store, I’m sure your phone’s photo gallery is full of screenshots of tweets. Well, this is going to be a thing of the past because Twitter now lets you easily add tweets to the Instagram store. If you want to learn this, you have come to the right place. Here’s how to share a tweet directly to your Instagram story on iOS and Android. Twitter now has an official method of sharing tweets in the Instagram Store; we have included two procedures for sharing tweets in stories on Android devices. So be sure to read the story to the end or use the interactive table below to go to the desired section.
Twitter first began testing this feature at the end of 2020, but the company recently enabled the ability to share a tweet on Instagram Story for all iOS users.