Chris here with another weird idea I had to implement last night at 1 A.M. 👋
Christopher Kade 🐻@christo_kadeI created a Twitter Thread Generator that divides up your block of text into 280 character long Tweets & lets you copy them ✨
You can now share your very long opinion more easily (i'm sorry everyone) 👇
christopherkade.com/twitter-thread…05:53 AM - 26 Jun 2019
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Top comments (8)
Nice! Seems to be an issue if I paste in a block of text, it only seems to slice out the last part into the final Tweet (it correctly calculates that, say, I need 5 Tweets, but the first box keeps the majority of the content). Great stuff, though, I'll keep an eye on where this goes.
Thank you, it means a lot coming from you ! 😄
This bug already has an open issue, I'm going to give it a look in the afternoon.
Idea: Every text area could be big enough to fit the whole tweet without scrolling.
Looks awesome! I wonder if it's worth adding (1/10), (2/10)...(10/10) just at the end of every tweet, so the reader knows the order & how many tweets there are in the thread?
Great catch Natalie 😄that was part of the plan for the near future. Of course it's open-source so I might let anyone who's interested do it
Great job Christopher !
Do you plan to add a Twitter authentication so the full thread can be tweeted without having to copy/paste a block one by one ?
It could be a great upgrade, I'd have to read up on Twitter's authentication documentation first though