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25-Sep-2016 10:25

The solution is better filtering of those tweets, and two reasonably good options have recently emerged on that front.

But first, here’s the difference between tweets and Facebook status updates: On Facebook, you’re typically friends with people you know in real life, and you use features like the news feed to see what these friends are up to.

One thing to keep in mind is that if your Twitter account is set to private, Selective Twitter will not work.

Maybe Facebook is redesigning itself to be more like fast-growing microblogging service Twitter.

How automatic Facebook sharing works: Directly after uploading an activity, you will see the activity edit page before clicking "Save & View." You can share activities to Facebook by flipping ON the Facebook toggle for any activities you wish to share (button turns blue).

In this simple guide we will show you how to set up the service, and how to use it.

One workaround is to use the facebook app Selective Tweets.

This will post to pages; however unlike the native twitter app, each tweet you want to go to the facebook page you must end with #fb, hence the whole "Selective" thing.

Some people prefer to keep their Facebook private, while Twitter lends itself to more impersonal interaction and updates.

Although there are services that send every tweet to Facebook, that isn't always the ideal solution for users.

In this simple guide we will show you how to set up the service, and how to use it.

One workaround is to use the facebook app Selective Tweets.

This will post to pages; however unlike the native twitter app, each tweet you want to go to the facebook page you must end with #fb, hence the whole "Selective" thing.

Some people prefer to keep their Facebook private, while Twitter lends itself to more impersonal interaction and updates.

Although there are services that send every tweet to Facebook, that isn't always the ideal solution for users.

The result is that when Twitter users feed their tweets into Facebook using the Twitter Facebook app, their friends on Facebook get a sewage stream of tweets fouling up their news feeds. For an example of that, see the screenshot illustrating the sorts of results this reporter got from his friends on Facebook when he crowdsourced a question to tech folks Twitter.