There was a time when sharing a tweet to Snapchat indicated taking a screenshot of the Twitter app and publishing it to Snapchat. The good news is, that’s no longer needed. Tweets can be straight shared to Snapchat as sticker labels for your stories.
To get going, open Twitter, discover the tweet you wish to share, and after that tap the share icon under it.
In the share menu, tap “Snap Cam.”
The very first time you utilize this function, a pop-up message will notify you Twitter wishes to open the Snapchat app; tap “Open” to enable it.
The Snapchat Story development screen will appear with the tweet drifting on the top as a sticker label. Regrettably, you can’t resize or move the tweet around on this screen. You’ll need to record a background image while the Twitter sticker label uses up the majority of your screen.
When you’re prepared, tap the circular shutter button to record a breeze.
You can now resize or move the tweet sticker label by pinching the image and dragging it around the screen. When whatever is where you desire it, you can utilize all the regular Snapchat modifying tools to tailor the appearance of your breeze.
When you’re done, tap the blue arrow to select where to send it or with whom you wish to share it.
Select “My Story” from the sharing screen, select any other good friends you wish to send it to, and after that tap the arrow.
That’s it! The tweet is now on your Snapchat Story and individuals can swipe as much as see the initial tweet and any replies.