Useful tool for Twitter users wanting to copy threads.

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Useful tool for Twitter users wanting to copy threads.

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Although there is no evidence that a lot of people here use, or more particularly copy from, Twitter, I though it might be useful to add this.

It's not directly relevant to Bulletin boards and could be used anywhere including your own website or blog.

Threadereader is an app which will string all the posts in a thread into one file, which is very useful for posting. Beware though that it does not leave space between tweets if you copy and paste, so it is a good idea to either reformat it into paragraphs, or at least leave a line between each tweet.

I used it on this post https://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?p=10581871#p10581871 and you can find it here https://threadreaderapp.com/.


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Thanks norvic, very useful.

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