Updating facebook status from twitter

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Because I might tweet ten or twenty times some days, my Twitter stream was too large for most of my Facebook friends.

Worse, I was confusing people on Facebook when they would see a reply or a re-tweet that made no sense out of context.

From there it will take you to a prompt to authorize Facebook to use your account.

This is not an application by a third-party, but the official Facebook / Twitter integration.

You might be a pro now, but at one point even you were a newbie on the leading social networks, and to the uninitiated, posting to Facebook and Twitter can be mystifying. This box is where you type to post directly to Facebook. The most important is setting who can see the post.

Typing and hitting enter is the easy part but where does it go? The status update will appear on your timeline as well as in your friends' News Feed, assuming they haven't unfollowed your posts. Click the down arrow next to "Public" to view a menu of choices including "Friends," "Friends except Acquaintances," or even "Only Me," or "Custom," which lets you customize who sees it (or can't see it) based on pre-configured lists.

Better yet, most tools allow you to post to additional platforms like Linkedin and Google plus too so you can kill more than two birds with one stone.

In fact, you’re in luck because we did an in-depth review of the various social media management tools comparing all the features so you can find which is the right fit for you.

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