This extension adds a twitter icon into the url / address bar when it finds all twitter accounts for the page its on.
This extension adds a twitter icon into the url / address bar when it finds a twitter account for the page its on. Unofficial extension. Detect Twitter users. Feel free to contribute with code or ideas: https://github.com/stilliard/Twitter-detector Discover Twitter accounts on a page and quickly click to follow them on Twitter or view their Twitter user profiles. This Twitter app for Chrome is Open source, please checkout our github page to help out: https://github.com/stilliard/Twitter-detector We aim to improve this Twitter app / extension for Chrome, so please suggest features for Twitter detector in reviews or on the Github issues page.
- (2018-05-03) whole product: lll
- (2017-07-08) J J MONT: Muy buena la recomiendo es mas rapido para ingrasar a twittear
- (2016-08-18) Shah: I've tried Several of this kinda extensions. this is the best one. GO FOR IT!
- (2014-01-04, v:1.5) Kelly Kuhn-Wallace: Follow status display issue
This is the greatest twitter-related chrome extension ever. Love it. I'm using it probably not for the intended purpose - to follow a list of people from a html page of archived twitter chat. This produces a dropdown list of 10-15 twitter handles from the extension. About 50% of the time. the extension shows the follow status (following or not following) of these accounts. The rest of the time it shows all of the accounts as not being followed. Is this instability because of the number of twitter accounts that the extension is pulling from the page? I haven't seen this issue before at all. Thank you! @kkdub
- (2013-04-11, v:1.0) Randy Lea: Question regarding multiple Twitter feeds
Hello, It was my suggestion to Gina that prompted her post on ThinkUp. I just installed your extension, I'm very happy you spent time creating it. The background of my question to her is that when I learned of the death of Google Reader, I decided that since most RSS feeds now have an equivalent Twitter feed, and the fact I don't see anything really that replaces Reader, I would just subscribe to all the Twitter feeds and leave RSS behind. But there was no Twitter equivalent to Chrome RSS extension, making it a bit of a challenge to Follow. I really like the way your extension takes you to the Twitter page when I click on the icon, but my question is what happens on a page with multiple Twitter feeds? I would like to see a pop-up, similar to the one on the Chrome RSS extension, that allows me to pick the feed I want. Thanks again for solving my problem. I have some other ideas for extensions for Twitter, if you are interested.