18. Enter your Twitter username and password, then “Authorize app”, then “Save”
19. To edit your feed, put your cursor over the name and click on the pencil (or click on the “X” to delete)
19. To View Statistics, click on the “Stats” tab, then click “Dashboard” or “Routes” for more info
Note: You can also use dlvr.it to post your RSS feeds (including other sources like Flickr, etc.) to Facebook
The Inciweb article RSS feed autoposts the headline for articles and announcements with the name of the incident in parenthesis and a link to the article Recommendations: The title of your article is your tweet, so make it descriptive Don’t include the name of your incident in your title as it will appear automatically Updates to the 209 section, Summary, Maps, and Images do not show up in the RSS feed, so be sure to post updates you want to tweet as articles and announcements
Notes About the @Inciweb Twitter Feed The @Inciweb feed automatically posts tweets when news releases, announcements, or maps have been updated
Finding Your Unit / Incident Posts on the @Inciweb Twitter Feed Click on your unit or incident, then scroll down and click on “Twitter Feed” The hashtags are autocreated by Inciweb
Tweeting From Inciweb Note: Tweets sent directly from Inciweb do not appear in the Article RSS feed, and thus will not be auto posted to your Twitter account. They only appear in the @Inciweb feed. So be sure to post updates you want to autotweet to your account as articles and announcements instead of sending tweets from Inciweb.