A Way To Bypass Instagram Turning Off Twitter Cards

Beginning earlier this week, Twitter’s users began to complain that Instagram photos no longer displayed properly on Twitter’s website.
Instagram Chief Executive Kevin Systrom said Wednesday his company turned off support for Twitter “cards” in order to drive Twitter users to Instagram’s own website. Twitter “cards” are a feature that allows multimedia content like YouTube videos and Instagram photos to be embedded and viewed directly within a Twitter message.

After integrating with Instagram this week, the social media management tool,  Sendible.com has introduced a way to bypass this issue and post Instagram images directly into the Twitter stream.

1. Click share on the your desired image from your Streams


2. Click ‘Ok’


3. Click ‘Attach image only’


4. Select your twitter account and write your tweet. Click Send.


5. Done.

Vishal Pindoriya

Vishal Pindoriya is a social media enthusiast, strategist and writer. He lives in London, England and is particularly interested in the proliferation of social media around the world. He holds the position of Senior Marketing Analyst at Sendible, a social media management tool use for engaging with customers, measuring results and monitoring brands across multiple social media channels at once.

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