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This EE2 fieldtype, automatically posts it's content (and optionally the URL to the webpage) on Twitter when the entry form is submitted.

This EE2 fieldtype, automatically posts it’s content on Twitter when the entry form is submitted.
As part of installation the fieldtype is bound to a Twitter account defined by the administrator. The field type can then be added to the custom field types of a channel just like a text fieldtype.
When you create your channel entry, simply type your Tweet into the TwEEtlink field and it will be posted to Twitter automatically.
New for V.1.1 - The Field now offers you the option to automatically add the URL of your entry to your Tweet, so your tweet links back to the appropriate page on your EE website.

TwEEtlink Links

This entry was created September 12, 2011, 9:31 am.
This entry was last updated July 23, 2013, 8:48 am.

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