Twitter Updates Now Live in Linkedin Accounts

Today I received the following email from Linkedin.

Twitter Updates in Linkedin

Twitter Updates in Linkedin

Although I don’t actively use my Linkedin account, I try to keep up with any new functionality or features.

Setting up Twitter within my Linkedin was easy to do.

After logging into your Linkedin account, go to the add applications portion of your home page and find the Tweets application.

About the Tweets application:

With Tweets, you can now display your most recent tweets on your LinkedIn profile. Tweets also gives you instant access to the updates of people you are following on Twitter and the power to tweet, reply, and re-tweet — all from your LinkedIn home page.

Click add application to integrate Twitter account into your Linkedin profile.

Tweets Applications

Tweets Applications

You’ll then be taken to a  Get started with Tweets page.

Linkedin Tweets

Linkedin Tweets

Click add your Twitter account.

Linkedin will then take you to a Twitter authorization page.

Twitter Linkedin

Twitter Linkedin

Allowing Linkedin will then integrate your Twitter account Tweets into your Linkedin profile.

Once added, Linkedin gives their account holders the option whether  to display their Twitter identity on their Linkedin profile or not.

All Tweets can be displayed or just those with #IN or #Li hashtags.

Twitter Added To Linkedin Profile

Twitter Added To Linkedin Profile

A Twitter account holder’s most recent Tweets then supply the Linkedin profile update.

Linkedin Network Updates

Linkedin Network Updates

It will be interesting to see what if anything occurs as a result of my having added my Tweets to my Linkedin profile.

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