Tweets bring you closer to what’s happening around the world, from breaking news to global conversations. With embedded Tweets, you can see and interact with Tweets across the web. We often embed Tweets here on our blog to highlight great Tweets, photos and other content shared on Twitter; you can embed any Tweet on your website too.
Today, we’re introducing several enhancements that make embedded Tweets more engaging, useful and fast:
More content and context. Embedded Tweets display photos, videos, article summaries and other content shared in a Tweet, just like you see on twitter.com. You can also view retweet and favorite counts to better understand engagement, and we’ve made some tweaks to the design so that embedded Tweets are easier to read.
And behind the podium the tape marks the spot for POTUS, FLOTUS, Sasha and Malia. twitter.com/jonkarl/status…
— Jonathan Karl ( @jonkarl) January 20, 2013
Faster loading. You’ll see Embedded Tweets show up faster on the sites you visit.
Embed with ease. It’s now even easier to embed a Tweet on your own website. Just click the “More” button in any Tweet on twitter.com, and then select “Embed this Tweet” to enrich your blog posts or pages. You can do the same on TweetDeck.
If you use embedded Tweets frequently, check out these tips.
Posted by Brian Ellin (@brianellin)
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