Community Q&A Linking your Twitter account to your Facebook account, so that Tweets are automatically posted on your FB page, will help you reach out to more people, and it will make it more convenient for you to communicate overall.
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Social media—from Facebook to Twitter—have made us more densely networked than ever.
If you haven't saved a contact's email address in the Contacts app, or if they don't share an email address on their social-media profile, that contact won't update on your device.
After you set up syncing, when information changes on Facebook, the changes automatically sync to the contacts and calendars on your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch. Here's how to set it up: If one or more of your contacts won't update, sync, or show a profile photo, check whether they share an email address on their social-media profile.
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F8660_fbz_button[type="button"]:active, .ezoic-wrapper . For example, if you go to the Photos app, you can post a picture to social media without leaving the Photos app.Or you can update your contacts with usernames and photos from Facebook, Sina Weibo, or Twitter.Here are the social networks that you can sign in to from the Settings menu of your device: After you sign in to your social-media account from your device's Settings menu, you can share content on social media right from Safari, Photos, and some other apps. Then tap a social network, like Facebook, to share the picture from your Facebook profile.**The Contacts app matches the email address for your contact with the matching address on social media.If the contact doesn't share an email address, their information won't update on your device.