chopemurray 0 Posted February 15, 2013 Share Posted February 15, 2013 I like the current feature using @myEn to store my tweets on Evernote, and have started to use it. However it does further restrict my Tweets to 133 chars (6 + space), and further constrains anybody else's tweet by a similar amount. I would much prefer the option to be able to copy and paste the embedding code for all tweets in Evernote, as I can do on most web platforms (blogs/wikis etc). Twitter also facilitates emailing an embedded tweet, which is useful in its own right, but I prefer to manage my interactions in an environment less prone to spamming, and one that gives me greater control over my content like Evernote. <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>@<a href="https://twitter.com/evernote">evernote</a> storing tweetsis good using @<a href="https://twitter.com/myen">myen</a> but it would be great if I could embed them, thus preserving full context + ability to RT/rep</p>— Colin Hope-Murray (@CHopeMurray) <a href="@evernote storing tweets is good using @myEn but it would be great if I could embed them, thus preserving full context + ability to RT/rep— Colin Hope-Murray (@CHopeMurray) February 15, 2013 ">February 15, 2013</a></blockquote><script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>.... just wishing Link to comment
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