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Wait, what am I missing here? How is this different to just embedding your own picture in a tweet?
@ZacDavies I was wondering the same thing... How is this different than just adding a picture to a tweet?
@ZacDavies Hi, founder here! I've seen many (many) Twitter users extracting images from website/articles manually, saving it on their computer, then uploading them as photo on Twitter. It is a painful process, and nearly impossible on mobile. Tweetshot tries to solve this pain point, you just need to type your tweet with your links and we will extract images and screenshots automatically for you. Second pain point is the way Twitter "auto-crops" the photo you upload. Advanced users or blogs use Photoshop filters to get an image to fit perfectly, Tweetshot makes this a 5-second process. PS: Thx @kwdinc for the post!
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@ZacDavies @sleinadsanoj Unless I'm mistaken, it automatically add a screenshot when you add a link.
@ZacDavies @benjaminnetter You probably mean "Twitter cards" ? They will only show in the single tweet view, not in the timeline.
By the way, here is a pre-filled tweet if you quickly want to see how cool is Tweetshot: http://tweetshot.co/?text=Google...
This is super convenient. It would be even more awesome if there was a chrome extension that modified the twitter page to inject this functionality directly in. That way I don't have to use one site to tweet, and another to browse my feed.
And here's the official Chrome extension, fresh from the oven: https://chrome.google.com/websto... It does exactly what you think it does: 1. Easy access to Tweetshot with a special button on twitter.com, right next to the standard Tweet button. 2. Tweetshot any Tab by clicking on the Tweetshot extension button (top right-hand side of your browser). 3. Tweetshot any image you found on the web by right-clicking on it and select "Tweet this image". I've pushed the code on Github for those interested: https://github.com/tweetshot/twe... PS: For non-Chrome users, a bookmarklet is on its way.
something i would love @bufferapp to do....
@bufferapp @OurielOhayon love it! Had this come up a few times from our customers too. Tweetshot is doing a great job too!