After you’ve uploaded or
saved at least one (1) picture, there are three (3) different ways for you to share
your pictures on Twitter. This also works for other services such as Facebook,
Bebo, MySpace, Photobucket, Friendster, Flickr, Picasa Web Albums or Webshots.
But before you get started, be sure to visit the Connect Page, and connect to
the Twitter Service as seen in the screenshot below:
After you’ve connected to
Twitter (or Twitpic), follow the instructions below to save/share your pictures
Option 1: Your Gallery
For pictures that you’ve
already uploaded or saved, go to Your Gallery and look for the Quick Connect
section to the right of the page.
If Twitter does not appear
at the top of the list, this means that you are not currently connected to the
Twitter service. To solve this, you will have to click on the Twitter option
and follow the steps to connect to the service. After you are connected to
Twitter, return to Your Gallery and the Twitter option should now appear at the
top of the list. Now, all you have to do is click on the option again and under
each picture, will appear the option “Post this picture to Twitter”. This
allows you to post one or all the pictures to Twitter from the current page and
the pictures will be posted to your Twitter profile.
Option 2: Picture Page
When you are viewing a
picture that has already been uploaded or saved, look for the Save and Share
section on the page and then there will be an option to “Post this picture to
Twitter”. When you are ready to post the picture to your Twitter profile, just
click on the “Post this picture to Twitter” link and it will automatically
appear in your twitter stream. See the screenshots below for more information.
(Be sure to scroll down
the page and look for the “Save and Share” section)
The picture that you would like to post on Twitter needs to be set as “public”,
otherwise when users click on the link on Twitter, they will not be able to see
Option 3: Saving Pictures
This option shows you how
to automatically share your pictures on Twitter when saving an edited picture,
collage or animation (you’ll first need to connect to the Twitter Service on
our Connect Page to
do this). When you press the “Save” button, you should notice that there is now an option which allows you to also save/share the picture on Twitter.
Make sure that the Twitter option is “Checked” and then press the Save Now button to save the picture to your gallery. When it has been saved, it will also be posted to your Twitter stream/profile.
Hopefully this tutorial
should have shown you the many ways you can easily save or share your pictures
on Twitter (or any other Connect service).