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Creating the Connection
Opening your profile in the Instagram application, picking the gear symbol as well as picking "Share Settings" offers a list of accounts with which you could share. Tapping "Twitter" and afterwards validating your selection allows you to show Twitter. Even if you have actually previously done this, the option to toggle the link on or off could not always show up in the Settings application. You could resolve that issue by tapping "Twitter" from the Instagram application's Share Settings, selecting "Unlink" and after that reconnecting the accounts. As soon as attached, choose "Twitter" from iPhone's Settings app to find the slider that toggles the connection.
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Once upon a time, it was easy to share your Instagram photos through Twitter. But nowadays, sharing your Instagram images directly to Twitter simply tweets out a dull old link, not that fav-worthy picture you simply took.
No fears-- there's a simple fix.
IFTTT, brief for "If This Then That" is a program that allows you produce "triggers" for your numerous apps. IFTTT has great deals of fantastic applications, however one of them is sharing Instagram pictures natively on Twitter once again.
To do so, you can develop a recipe-- IFTTT's name for its triggers-- for posting a picture to Twitter every single time you take an image with Instagram.
First, go to IFTTT's web site and create an account. Then, visit this link and turn on the recipe. You'll after that be asked to activate your Twitter and Instagram accounts, which you need to proceed and also do. Then, the service will basically link those two accounts, sending a tweet each time you post a brand-new image to Instagram.
A few caveats: This configuration can be a little slow-moving, so fret not if your pictures don't turn up on Twitter immediately after you publish them on Instagram. And if you wish to temporarily shut off the auto-posting, download and install IFTTT's mobile app, which allows you turn recipes on and off on a whim.