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Remember when we could have our favourite Twitter feeds directly into our Discord servers thanks to TweetShift? Well, those good old days seem to be behind us. TweetShift decided to switch up their game and go premium. And let's face it, nobody loves shelling out their hard-earned money for something that used to be free. Well, despair no more! I've discovered a nifty little solution that's going to get us right back on track.
With TweetShift deciding to hit us with a surprise bill, it was high time to scout for alternatives. After rummaging through the depths of the internet, I stumbled upon rss.app, our savior for bringing back Twitter goodness into our Discord lives, and guess what?
So let's roll up our sleeves, and I'll walk you through the super easy process of setting it all up. Whether you're an old hand at this or just getting started, this guide is for everyone.
First, you'll want to sign up on rss.app. It's easy and won't cost you anything.
Once in, go to this page and pick Twitter. Who knew choices could be so fun?
Got a favorite Twitter account? Pop the URL in there. For example, maybe this one? *Wink*
Hit "Generate," wait a sec, then click "+ Connect Bot" and pick Discord. Easy as pie!
Choose your alert name and channel. Make it your own; this is your party!
Click "Save," and celebrate! You'll get the latest tweets right in Discord. It's like TweetShift never left.
And there you have it! Twitter feeds are back in your Discord channels, thanks to rss.app. No muss, no fuss, and best of all, no cost! Missed TweetShift? Me neither.
Questions, cheers, or just want to chat? Feel free to reach out. Happy tweeting, friends!