Add Your Twitter Feed to Facebook

Importing Your RSS Feed into Your Facebook Account

Recently we received a request for instructions on “How-To” add your Twitter RSS feed to your Facebook Account.

To keep this simple, these are the things that you will need.

RSS to Facebook

RSS to Facebook

Things You’ll Need:

* Facebook account
* Computer with Internet access
* RSS feed from twitter

Now let’s move on…
Import an RSS Feed to Your Notes

First off we have to locate your Twitter RSS Feed. This is a very simple task. Your Twitter RSS Feed is located right directly below your Following List within your twitter profile page. (Just click on your tweets and you’ll be on your profile page) All you have to do is Right Click on the RSS Feed of “yourname” tweets and choose “Copy Link Location” and then open Note Pad or any text editor and paste that URL to your text editor. Then we can move on to the rest of the instructions below.

Step 1
Sign in to Facebook’s home page using the email address you registered with (see Resources below).

Step 2
Follow the “My Notes” link from the navigational menu. If you have already entered notes on your page, then they will load for you to preview or edit.

Step 3
Select the “Import Blog” or “Edit Import Settings” link in the Notes Setting section. If you are already importing from a blog, the URL will appear here. You can only import from 1 source at a time. Simply “Stop Importing” if you want to change to an RSS feed.

Step 4
Enter the URL for the RSS feed in the box. Check the box next to the statement that you actually own the content. You cannot import RSS feeds from Web sites that are not your own or that you do not have permission to reproduce.

Step 5
Click the “Start Importing” button. Facebook will import the content of the RSS feed for you to preview. If everything looks good, then go ahead and hit the “Continue” button. Now your RSS feed is automatically imported into your “Notes” section.

Step 6
Set your privacy levels to determine who is allowed to view your notes, which now contain your RSS feed.

I hope that this post answers your question Roy.

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