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Our 3rd Post On How To Embed Third Party Social Company's. This One, Twitter Spaces/Live Streams.

Updated: May 16, 2023

Twitter Spaces is a relatively new feature on the social media platform that allows users to host live audio conversations with other Twitter users. It's a great way to connect with your audience and build engagement on your social media platform or forum. In this blog post, we'll walk you through the steps of embedding Twitter Spaces on our social media site/app services/mostly the forums and forum 1 main, etc. and more.

Step 1: Create a Twitter Space The first step is to create a Twitter Space that you want to embed on your site. To do this, you'll need to have a Twitter account and be signed in. Once you're signed in, you can create a Space by clicking on the "Spaces" icon in the main navigation menu at the bottom of the screen. From there, click on "Create a Space" and follow the prompts to set up your Space.

Step 2: Get the Embed Code Once you've created your Twitter Space, you'll need to get the embed code to add it to your site. To get the embed code, go to your Space and click on the three-dot menu icon in the upper right corner of the screen. From there, select "Share Space via Tweet" and create a tweet with a link to your Space.

Once you've created the tweet, click on the "Tweet" button to post it to your Twitter feed. Then, go to the tweet and click on the three-dot menu icon in the lower right corner of the tweet. From there, select "Embed Tweet" and copy the code that's provided.

Step 3: Add the Embed Code to our site/app and service you're on. Our forums are pretty much the only ones that will work for this/accept it etc. Now that you have the embed code, you can add it to our forums. The process of adding the code will depend on the platform you're using, and what I mean by this is, it mostly/only works on the online site, and on PC-like devices, as the online site on all devices even mobile is better than our app, less limited, and better as it's worked on mostly the same as the PC online site and for years, also all day every day just like the PC online site and more etc. But in general, you'll want to go to the page or post where you want to add the Twitter Space and look for an option to add HTML or embed code.

In our social media service/forums mostly, for example, you can add an HTML code block to a page by clicking on the "Add" button in the left-hand side menu and selecting "More" > "HTML iframe". Then, paste the embed code into the box provided and adjust the size and position of the Twitter Space as desired. Here are some screen shots from forum 1 main/main social media service, and service we offer etc.


Forum 1 main.

Forum 1 main.


More with Twitter Help Center on, "How to embed a Tweet" Link to that post below and some what source of what we used, and what you can use for help doing this along with our instructions post etc. (https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/embed-twitter-feed)

Step 4: Test the Twitter Space Once you've added the embed code to your site or forum, be sure to test it to make sure it's working properly. Go to the page or post where you added the Twitter Space and click on the "Play" button to start listening to the live conversation. If everything is working correctly, you should be able to hear the conversation through your site or forum.

In conclusion, embedding Twitter Spaces on our social media service/site and app etc., forum, and more, can be a great way to engage with your audience and build community. By following these simple steps, you can easily add a Twitter Space to your posts, build engagement to your profile/account public mostly/only, and your post/views etc. And so much more!




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