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Add your Twitter feed to Safari

Stay social by integrating Shared Links into Apple’s default web browser

There are a lot of options out there for you to get your social media fix, but keeping track of them all can be a little difficult at times. Hidden away in the Safari browser is a fantastic little feature that can make this situation easier, and all it takes is a little digging to find it. By adding internet accounts to the Safari browser, not only can you integrate your Twitter feed into it, but also the likes of Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. It’s a great way of keeping your accounts all in one place. In this tutorial we’ll guide you through the process of adding a Twitter feed to Safari, while also helping you manage multiple accounts and how to go about opening and sharing links that are sent to you.


1. Find Internet Accounts

Open up System Preferences before selecting the Internet Accounts option displayed next to the Network tab. It can take a few minutes for all your account details to appear.


2. Add Twitter details

Select the Twitter option and enter both your Twitter credentials. Tick the Enable Account option at the bottom before backing out of the menu altogether.


3. Show sidebar

The Twitter feed is hidden away in Safari’s sidebar, which you’ll need to enable. Select the View tab from within the browser and then the Show Sidebar option that’s provided.


4. Read the headlines

Open the sidebar and press the @ symbol. After a few moments, your live Twitter feed will now load. Right-click on an option and select Update Feed to get the latest headlines.


5. Open links

If there’s a specific link included in a tweet that you want to take a closer look at, double-click it to open the link in a new tab. You’ll see an overview of the link appear in the toolbar.


6. Load in Twitter

If you’d prefer to take a look at a specific tweet, right-click and select Show on A new tab will load where you’ll have more control and features at your disposal.