Microsoft’s Windows Phone takes a completely different approach to social media sharing. Instead of including individual apps for Twitter and Facebook on each phone, Microsoft integrated social networks into Windows Phone 8. Therefore, users can send and share messages from almost any space on Windows Phone. Here’s how to use Twitter on Windows Phone to keep in touch with your online friends.
By default, Windows Phone only interfaces with the Twitter account you added when you first set up your Windows Phone. Windows Phone 8 itself cannot be linked to multiple accounts at the same time.
Hungry Contact Center. It is the double wide tile represented on our screen, taken with pictures of friends on the Start Screen. Your People Hub tile may be smaller because each Windows Phone’s Start Screen is configured differently.
this What’s up area will automatically show the latest social updates from any social media account in a single view. Tap to see only your Twitter updates. all accounts and choose twitter from the drop-down menu
Tap any message What’s new in your feed reply or retweet. This view also shows all Twitter conversations on your device. You can also tap the small reply icon to the right of each message to reply to specific messages.
Creating Twitter Messages
To create a Twitter update I Center. By default, this hub’s live tile is presented by your Microsoft Account profile photo. In our example, the Live Tile with my face to the left. You can swipe right to see your latest Twitter notification in Me Hub as well.
Faucet Submit Update to post text updates only to your Twitter account or Facebook and LinkedIn.
Tweeting Photos and Videos
Hungry Photograph centre or Camera application to take the picture you want to share. The Photos app has a dynamic tile that changes to show the photos on your device. In our photo, the double wide Live Tile just above Netflix.
Press and hold Tap on the picture or video you want to share To share from the drop-down menu.
choose twitter from the drop-down menu.
Add your message and then To share button.
Note that by default, Windows Phone will automatically fully integrate with any Twitter account that is integrated with the Microsoft Account you added when setting up your Windows Phone. That’s why it’s best to just integrate your Windows Phone account with your personal Twitter account.