How to create and use Twitter Wall

This article will guide you through how to create and use a Twitter Wall app.

You can create Twitter Wall with Single or Wall view.

Wall view screenshot is below, you can see a live example here:

 
 
Single view example, you can see a live example here.
 

Let's jump in and get started:

First, you will need to have your screens set up and paired. For more information on how to do that, click here.

Then log on to our portal: http://app.optisigns.com/

Go to Files/Assets, Click on "App" and add Twitter on your Account.

 
 

Click Twitter:

 
 
 

Enter your Twitter wall information:

  • Name: Name of your Twitter Wall, this is the name of the wall in your asset list. It will not be displayed on your screens.

  • Post Type: Select if you want to use a Twitter Profile or Hashtag. Important: you can only set this one time during the creation of the asset, if you want to change this later, you should delete the old asset and create a new one.

  • Profile/Hashtag: Depend if you select Post Type is Profile or Hashtag, you will put the profile (for example https://twitter.com/NASA put nasa) or hashtag (for example https://twitter.com/search?q=%23ElonMusk&src=tyah put ElonMusk). It is recommended to search, check Twitter first to avoid typos.

  • Display Mode: Select Single Post ViewSocial Wall View or Social Kiosk View Click on each link to see examples.

  • Theme: Select Light or Dark Theme.

  • Speed: Select how fast you want the wall to scroll or switch between Tweets.

 

That's all!

Congratulation! You have created your Twitter Wall.

You can change the wall any time by click on it in the Files/Assets tab.

 

You can assign the newly created wall to your screen by going to Screens, click Edit screens and assign the wall to screens that you want.

You can put the walls in a Playlist, Schedule too.

 

If you have any additional questions, concerns or any feedback about OptiSigns, feel free to reach out to our support team at support@optisigns.com or just submit a ticket here.

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