How To: Create Screenshots of Twitter Tweets Without A Software

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If you want to post screenshots of your favorite tweet or other twitterers tweer onto your blog but you don’t have a software. Don’t worry, I found four other ways that you can screenshot twitter tweets without a software. The methods are pretty easy as well.

All you have to do is making sure you have the link of a URL of the tweet.

For my example I will be using a link like this to show you.

Method 1. Changing URL Link

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You will get a link like below

After getting the link, upload to your website using “from URL” if you’re on wordpress

Method 2: QuoteURL

  1. Aaron Lee
    AskAaronLee Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn’t know you left open. ~John Barrymore #quote /via @CharityIdeas @paul_steele

Copy and paste the URL link to the website and you will get the HTML. Just copy and paste it onto your blog and you’re done.

Method 3. Blackbird Pie

Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn’t know you left open. ~John Barrymore #quote /via @CharityIdeas @paul_steeleless than a minute ago via web

Like the methods above, copy the URL tweet and paste it. After that the web is ask you to choose the area of which you want to cut. After cutting you will get two types of formats. One is a URL link and another is a HTML format. If you copy the HTML format you will get something like the above.

Go ahead, try it and have fun doing it.

Credit Sources: Ihaochi

Photo Credit: Trevor Kelly

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  • Guest

    kwout greasemonkey enables us to quote a tweet just by a click. I usually use it.

  • Aaron Lee

    Great! thanks for sharing =D

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  • LLOnlineblogera

    Hey Aaron,

    Great insights as always. But I was wondering , would you know how to do this for Blogger??



  • Aaron Lee

    Can you post HTML's on blogger? If you can then you can do all of them. They are basically HTML's that you can paste on blogs =D

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  • Sunil Jain

    Hmmm :) Well nice ways to take screen shots , I have also found few twitter signature generators which are dynamic but if you remove the hyperlink part from it then It will be static :)
    Have a look here =>

  • Aaron Lee

    Awesome! I looked at some of them and like them. Can we use that for tweets from other people too?

  • Sunil Jain

    Ya buddy , It requires no Login info , so you can use it with any id even mine's lol :) 😀

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  • Debra Weiss

    Alternatively, you can just capture a screenshot using the Print Screen button and Paint or another photo editing software. :)

  • Aaron

    That is true but this is actually quicker :) Debra

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  • toni liu

    haii aaron,,,actually before i read your article,,i found in this website ,,ussualy when they make an article like posting screenshot of tweet,,i was confuse when i move the arrow into the picture i can click the link…i was wondering how to make that,,,when i search google,,i found your article,,haha

  • R.I.P. Andy Lopez

    I can’t do it! :( Not working


    Try out – we make it fast and simple to screenshot tweets (or anything you like).

  • Ana

    I prefer to create screenshots of Tweets.

  • Ivy

    Nice tricks! I also read an article the
    other day, which gives a pretty good tutorial on how to take a screenshot of
    tweets. The methods are also worth trying.