How Can You Edit a Tweet?

Are you wondering how can you edit a tweet? Believe it or not, the technology to do this is actually available. In fact, at some point Twitter may allow you to edit tweets. It won’t be right away though. Not quite yet anyway.

First, let’s talk about how Twitter works. Each time you tweet, the Twittersphere goes nuts, and people start talking about your post in real time. Twits are short and to the point (usually).


Can edit a post on Twitter

Now let’s get technical. There are a couple of ways you can edit a post on Twitter. One is the conventional way and the other is somewhat related, but more so to the way you can do it online. You can write a post, save it to your hard drive and then go ahead and post it to Twitter. The only problem with this is that it doesn’t really show up in the timeline.

But if you want to show more than just a basic tweet history to a person, then you’ll need to use what’s called a twitlink. A twitlink is like a hyperlink. Instead of pointing to one particular tweet, you can point to a web page. Every Twitter user has one, but if you have two accounts – one for business purposes and one for personal purposes – you can link them together with a twirling.

How Twitter works

This is pretty much how you edit a tweet. However, there’s an even better way to go. If you know how Twitter works, you might already have your own Twitter API key. That means instead of searching for and using “edit” in the search field, you can search for keywords and phrases and then copy and paste that into the URL area.

All you have to do is click on the link and it will automatically be changed into an HTML link. Then you can read the rewrite code which tell you how to rewrite the original post. Of course, Twitter doesn’t actually let you do this, because if it was allowed, then every single tweet would contain the same rewrite code. So that rule is not applicable to private messages. Only posts with rewrite codes are viewable publicly.

If you still aren’t sure about the whole thing, then ask someone who uses Twitter how to edit a tweet. Chances are, they will be happy to help you with it. But how do you know if you’ve typed in the right code? Just test it out on your own computer. Open up a new account and see how easy it is to change sometimes

Different codes

There are several different codes that can be used to change your post. You can type in /edit on your keyboard and have the software to replace whatever it says with whatever you’ve typed. If you’re unsure, then ask someone who uses Twitter. They’ll be glad to help!

If you can’t seem to figure out how to read your tweets, then you can always go into your user Twitter profile page. Then click on the post that’s entitled to show all readers, above the header. Look at what’s happening there. Is it a personal post that you posted for your own use or is it a sales or customer care posting? You’ll then see how to go about making changes to that post.

Can you also edit a post after you’ve saved it? Of course you can. However, sometimes you have to wait for a while for Twitter to approve your changes before you can post them. It can take up to 30 minutes for your post to appear before you can change it. That’s why you should always be careful about what kinds of changes you make to your account.

Change the appearance

What if you want to change the appearance of your icon but don’t know how to edit a Tweet? Well, instead of looking for the Tweet feature on your User preferences, click on the Edit tab at the top right-hand corner of the page. You’ll see how to do that. This edit code option will let you make a few aesthetic changes to your icon, such as replacing the eye with a different shape, changing the background color, adding a logo, or renaming it. Once you’re happy with your changes, you can save your changes and then return to the main Twitter page to see how it looks.

How can you edit a Tweet when you’re not logged in to Twitter? First, you can try hitting the refresh button at the top right-hand corner of the page. This will bring Twitter’s updates to your screen automatically. Just click on the little box marked refresh and you will be taken to the updated Twitter stream. This is the easiest way to get real time tweets on your computer without being online. However, if you still can’t get the stream to update, then you might need to download the code from the official Twitter site.