Tweet Poster

Instantly share new threads posted in select forums to Twitter with this nifty modification. Supports adding hash tags and automatically trims your thread titles to fit within the 140 character limit.

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Why use Tweet Poster?

Tweet Poster allows your users to stay up to date with your forums' news even while they're not at the computer, by having new threads posted in certain forums automatically post to your Twitter feed.
Additionally, search engines tend to prioritise links found on social media websites.

You can also optionally append hash tags to your automatic tweets, further increasing your exposure by making sure your tweets show up in searches for specific trends.
Feature List

Source Forums


Hash Tags
  • Fill out hash tags to be appended to your tweet
  • Target your tweets to trends or topics


Tweet
  • Displays thread title, link to thread and your defined hash tags
  • Intelligently trims thread title to fit within 140 char limit depending on your hash tags


General / Other
  • Display version number
  • Enter your branding free key if you purchased one.
  • Disable the Hivelocity link
  • Enter your Affiliate ID
  • Enable / Disable the mod
This mod displays a copyright notification in the footer on showthread pages, which includes:
  • 1 Link to DragonByte Technologies homepage
  • 1 Link to Product Description page of this modification
  • 1 Link to Hivelocity Hosting (Removable via a vBulletin Option)
  • v1.0.1 - 1st January 1970, 02:00
    New Features:

    DragonByte SEO Integration
    • URLs posted to Twitter will now use DragonByte SEO's Thread URL format. Requires DragonByte SEO installed.
  • 1.0.0 Patch Level 1 - 9th August 2013, 15:15
    Change: The XML file will no longer allow product installation if required features are not supported
    Fix: No longer posts weird symbols in lieu of non-Latin characters like Arabic
    Fix: Fixed an issue with "cannot redeclare class Twitter" in certain scenarios

At a glance

Supports: vBulletin 3.8.x vBulletin 4.x.x

Version: v1.0.1
Release date: 25th November 2014

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