Wordpress Twitter Integration


WordPress has announced an exceptional new feature that gives more prominent integration to Twitter user. With this new feature , WordPress content creators can share a whole blog post as a Twitter thread, with only two additional steps.

The new feature means that integration between the two platforms has being fully implemented, after WordPress announced that entire Twitter threads, also known as tweetstorms, could easily be embedded in blog posts earlier this year.

WordPress has assured users that nothing will be left out when you republish a blog on Twitter; images, videos and other embeds will all be be published. A special preview function will show users exactly how their content will appear once it is in tweet form.


In order to publish a blog post as a Twitter thread, users first need to click on the Jetpack icon on the far right of the header menu. Then they simply connect to their Twitter account and decide whether they want to share a link to their blog or the entirety of the post’s content as a thread.

“We know that Twitter threads work best without breaks and other quirks,” WordPress explained in a blog post.

“That’s why, in building this feature, we paid special attention to formatting. If a paragraph is too long for a single tweet, for instance, it will automatically be split into multiple tweets. And rather than squishing as many words as possible into the first tweet and letting the rest spill to the second one, the break will come at the end of a sentence. Also, if you have a list block in your post, it will be formatted as a list on Twitter.”

WordPress blog post

The new functionality also provides a great way for WordPress users to choose who sees their content. Plus, at the bottom of every tweetstorm, Twitter users will be shown a link that allows them to view the blog in its original WordPress format.