Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Tweet your Google plus posts to twitter automatically

Google + has become one of the most used social networking site on web. In a couple of weeks it reached 10 million users. Many of the Twitter users are not tweeting their latest stories as much as they were before Google+ launched. Here is a solution to keep your followers updated by auto tweeting you stories from Google+ itself.

A big Twitter management app has just added connectivity to Google+ for those of you who want to integrate your G+ account to twitter.


ManageFlitter, a tool that helps you to manage your Twitter account, has launched a new feature that lets you automatically tweet your Google+ posts.

If you have a Google+ account, you can sync it to your Twitter account using ManageFlitter. Here are the steps-
  • Simply sign in to ManageFlitter with your Twitter account.
  • Visit the Google+ Management Page
  • Paste the link to your Google+ account into the box marked “Enter your Google+ account URL.” 
And it's done. After that, any time that you post anything publicly on Google+, ManageFlitter will seed the post to your Twitter feed. If your post is less than Twitter’s 140-character limit, the full post will appear. Otherwise, the tweet will link to your Google+ post.

The ManageFlitter feature includes a selective sharing option. This means that, if you select it, only Google+ posts that contain the #twt hashtag will be tweeted. If you would like Google+ tweets to be clearly marked as such, you can choose to automatically add “G+:” to the start of each of these tweets. In addition, you can choose whether or not to tweet details of your Hangouts and to always include a link to the original Google+ post.

As ManageFlitter explains, Google+ doesn’t have an API yet, so it can take anywhere from 5 minutes to 1 hours to get your Google+ post up on Twitter. When the API is released, however, there will be an option to send your tweets to Google+ so that your Twitter and Google+ accounts are truly synchronized.

So,do you like this new feature?


  • Anonymous says:
    8 August 2012 at 21:23

    you can connect your google+ account to your twitter, but you can already connect your twitter to your facebook account. Does this mean you can post in google+ and have that message on all three from that one post? Interesting...

  • web development says:
    18 September 2012 at 23:28

    great article

  • I-phone apps development says:
    5 October 2012 at 23:40

    Wow....great article admin,thank alot for sharing this,very useful and informative..
    keep going..

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