What to Know
- IFTT: Create an RSS feed from Twitter, then create an IFTTT account. Use IFTTT to run the feed through your Facebook Page.
- Posting Service: Use a service like Buffer, Later, Hootsuite, or CoSchedule to publish identical posts on different platforms.
In 2018, Facebook issued an update that removed the ability to automatically post tweets from Twitter on your Facebook profile. However, third-party tools can still be used to post and interact with Facebook Pages. Below are your only options for automatically syncing your Twitter and Facebook posts.
Post Tweets to a Facebook Page Using IFTT
If you have a Facebook Page that you would like to update with each new tweet you create, convert your tweets to an RSS feed and import the feed into a service that will auto-post its contents to your Facebook Page.
Here are the basic steps:
Create an RSS feed from your Twitter profile with a tool like RSS.app.
Remember to save the URL link to your new RSS feed. You'll need it later.
Create an IFTTT account.
IFTTT (If This Then That) is a free service that lets you connect various apps to each other. You can use it to link your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Use IFTTT to run the feed through your Facebook Page.
Do this by visiting the Create Your Own page and choosing RSS. Use the RSS link you generated in the above step.
Post Tweets to a Facebook Page Using a Posting Service
To post the same thing on your Twitter profile and Facebook Page without having to switch between the sites, use a social media posting platform like Buffer, Later, Hootsuite, or CoSchedule.
You can schedule identical posts on multiple platforms to essentially post tweets on a Facebook Page automatically and vice versa.