Twitter’s two new tools allow developers/publishers to use tweets on their sites
Microblogging service Twitter has announced that it has created two new tools to facilitate publishers and developers in using tweets on their sites and apps. The new tools are called Twitter Curator and Twitter Publish.
In an announcement of the new Twitter Curator and Twitter Publish tools at the company's Flight developer conference held on Wednesday, Product Manager Michael Ducker said the new tools are the same as the ones used by Twitter for powering Moments, which was unveiled a few weeks back.
The two new tools created by Twitter will essentially give journalists to use tweets for crafting stories. With the help of the new tools, publishers will be able to easily find tweets and customize the way they perceive their sites.
The new Twitter Curator tool unfolds a homepage for creators to find and save tweets, and subsequently publish them. The tool extends the search for tweets beyond Twitter.com, and enables creators to connect with Dataminr, TweetDeck, and other third-party services.
The Twitter Publish tool, on the other hand, allows users to create new customizable Identification codes, so that the tweets they have found and saved can be embedded on the publishing system of a website.
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