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Getting my tweets auto posted in my google+ stream.


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#1 dovbaruch

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Posted 13 February 2012 - 08:05 AM

My goal is to have my tweets from twitter to be added to my G+ stream. I have seen people on other site say that Google does not support the correct API or something like that. I am unsure as to what that means. My goal is not to get my Google+ stream add to twitter, but rather the other way around. I have also seen an app that adds another tab to the G+ dashboard that allows direct access to twitter from you g+ account, But there is not cross over from one stream to the other. My only thoughts that may get this to work is using RSS and somehow getting that to G+. Please any help would be greatly appreciated.

I also know of platform applications that let you post from the platform to all other social medium, i.e Hootsuite. I am looking for a differnet idea than this.
I also know of certain apps on chrome that allows this cross over (in both directions infact) called Start G+.


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I am looking for a tool that will allow me to add people to my following stream in twitter and my circles in G+. I have no idea if these programs are even compatible enough for anything like this to exist.

Thank you for your time.

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Posted 13 February 2012 - 02:21 PM

There is a Chrome browser extension that will do what you're asking. It's the one you mention, G+Twitter for Google Plus™. I don't have any experience with it, but I see many positive comments regarding it.

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 01:55 AM

There is a Chrome browser extension that will do what you're asking. It's the one you mention, G+Twitter for Google Plus™.


Is this in reference to my first question or the 2nd question?

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 04:04 PM

My mistake. It appears those are two different applications. You mention in your initial post: Start G+ which is Chrome plug in. The one I link to is G+Twitter for Google Plus™, which is also a Chrome plug in.

What I linked you to addresses your desire to add your twitter feed to your G+ feed. As for adding friends to G+ through the plug in, I don't see that listed as a feature in my link. Being social media challenged I don't know how all that stuff works to any technical degree between platforms. I have never seen a multi-platform application work seamlessly on all levels completely. It usually lacks something somewhere due to interoperability in a specific platform.

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