Twitter Web Part in SharePoint Online

Did you have a requirement to display tweets relevant to you or your audience? If yes, you utilize a Twitter web part on your SharePoint site page for your requirements.

In this SharePoint Online tutorial, I will explain how to use the Twitter web part in SharePoint Online.

Moreover, you will learn how to add a Twitter web part in SharePoint Online and how to customize the SharePoint Twitter web part like:

  • How to edit a SharePoint Twitter web part
  • Move the Twitter web part in SharePoint Online
  • How to delete or remove the SharePoint Twitter web part

Twitter Web Part in SharePoint Online

A SharePoint Twitter web part displays tweets relevant to you or your audience on your page.

Integrating your company’s Twitter feed into SharePoint Online can be an excellent way to keep users updated on the latest news and developments. Furthermore, inspiring tweets from influential figures could be a powerful motivator for your site visitors.

A Twitter web part that enables you to add Twitter timelines, feeds, and other information directly to your SharePoint Online pages.

SharePoint Online Twitter web part

How to Add a Twitter Web Part in SharePoint Online

This section will explain adding a Twitter web part in SharePoint Online.

  • Open the SharePoint Online site page where you want to add a Twitter web part.
  • To edit the site page, click Edit [top right corner] of the page.
SharePoint Twitter web part
  • On the SharePoint site page, select the (+) icon in the bordered circle of the Edit Page.
Add twitter web part in SharePoint
  • Under Feeds -> Click on the Twitter web part as shown below:
How to Add SharePoint twitter web part
  • The SharePoint Twitter web part will be added on a site page as shown below:
Twitter web part in SharePoint Online

This is how to add a SharePoint Twitter web part.

How To Customize a SharePoint Twitter Web Part

I will explain how to customize a Twitter web part in SharePoint online. Such as:

  • Edit a SharePoint Twitter web part
  • Move the Twitter web part
  • Delete the SharePoint Twitter web part

Edit a SharePoint Twitter web part

  • Select the SharePoint Twitter web part, and click on the edit icon as shown below:
Twitter web part SharePoint
  • Under Add a Twitter username starting with @, link with https:// to a user account, tweet, or collection. Enter the Twitter username or web address for the tweets you want.
How to use SharePoint Twitter web part
  • You can turn on the toggle of the Show Twitter header and Display Dividers to display the Twitter header and border.
Twitter Web Part in SharePoint Online
  • You can set the Theme color to Dark or Light.
Use SharePoint Twitter web part
  • Under the Maximum number of tweets to show, you can provide the maximum number of tweets you’d like to display.
How to use Twitter web part in SharePoint Online
  • Turn on Show all tweets to display all the tweets.
Modern SharePoint Twitter Web Part

This is how to edit a SharePoint Twitter web part.

Move the Twitter Web Part in SharePoint Online

If you want to move your SharePoint Twitter web part and place the web part based on your requirements, then follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • Select the Twitter web part and click on a move icon.
How to use SharePoint Online Twitter web part

This is the way to move the Twitter web part in SharePoint Online.

Delete SharePoint Online Twitter Web Part

You can see how to remove or delete the Twitter web part from the SharePoint site page.

  • Select the Twitter web part and click on the Delete icon.
How to use Modern SharePoint Twitter web parts

This is how we can customize the Twitter web part in SharePoint Online.

Conclusion

I hope this SharePoint tutorial helped you learn about SharePoint Online Twitter web Part and how to add a Twitter web part to a SharePoint site page.

Moreover, you have learned how to customize the Twitter web part in a SharePoint Online site page like:

  • Edit a SharePoint Twitter web part
  • How to move the Twitter web part
  • Delete the SharePoint Twitter web part

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