Posts by Jooheon Kwak:
A Best Place to See What’s Happening
Today is October 15, 2020. Learning how to use Twitter! The following pictures had been a sensitive content. Good to share on Twitter and even write a blog about it on WordPress. Thank you for your help @jooheonkwak!
Today is June 12, 2020.
A best place to see what’s happening … to find some best people and topics to follow … I will try to post Tweets, follow accounts, or even send Direct Messages as best I could in loving memory of my dad. “주헌아 가자” meaning “My son, let’s go.”??
Unrolling Twitter Threads into a Blog Post
The following excerpt is from ‘Unroll Your Twitter Threads Into WordPress – Turn your recent Twitter thread into your next blog post’ by Gary, The WordPress.com Blog, on July 15, 2020.
Have you ever written a Twitter thread, and then wished you could turn it into a blog post? You can now do it in seconds.
Writing Twitter threads, also known as tweetstorms, can be a great way to clarify your thoughts: keeping each paragraph under 280 characters forces you to focus on your message.
Threads are great for engagement and sudden bursts of inspiration. But when the thread is done, wouldn’t it be nice to have a quick way to capture the full conversation in one place — one page to read, one link to share, all your thoughts captured on a website you own?
Now, when you embed a tweet that’s part of a larger thread, you’ll see a new “Unroll” button on the block toolbar. Click or tap it to import the entire thread into your post.
Publish the whole thread as one easy-to-read post — and since WordPress has no character limit, add any extra thoughts that have popped up in the meantime!
We use it, too! This Twitter thread was embedded and published into a blog post with the Twitter block: