Want to embed a Tweet on your website? You’re in luck! Twitter has made it possible for you to display fully functional Tweets on your website or blog in a few simple steps.
To embed a Tweet on your website or blog:
- Click the ••• More icon located within the Tweet.
- From the menu that pops up, select Embed Tweet.
- If the Tweet is a reply to another Tweet, you can uncheck the Include parent Tweet checkbox to hide the parent Tweet.
- If the Tweet includes media, you can uncheck the Include media checkbox to hide photos, GIFs, or videos displayed alongside a Tweet.
- Copy and paste the code provided into your blog or website.
Examples of embedded Tweets:
Moved to a new desk. Adjusted my seatback to a 29° incline so I can tolerate higher G-forces.— Dana Contreras (@DanaDanger) February 6, 2012
Reply including parent Tweet:
Tweet including media:
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I embed a Tweet that contains a photo, video, or other media?
Yes! An embedded Tweet can display photos and videos uploaded to Twitter as well as content described by a link.
Uncheck the Include media checkbox in the Embed this Tweet dialog to hide photos, videos, and link summaries displayed alongside a Tweet.
What if the Tweet I want to embed is part of a conversation (a reply)?
When the embedded Tweet is a reply, the parent Tweet will be displayed above the reply. Permalinks will be available on both Tweets, but Tweet actions (reply, Retweet, and favorite) will only be available on the reply.
Uncheck the Include parent Tweet checkbox in the Embed this Tweet dialog to hide the parent Tweet.
Can I embed a Tweet from a user who chooses to protect their Tweets?
Embed code is not available for Tweets from users who choose to protect their Tweets.
What if a user deletes a Tweet after it has been embedded on another website? Similarly, what happens to Tweets from users that change their Tweets from public to protected (or become suspended)?
For a more specific embedded Tweets list, visit https://dev.twitter.com/web/embedded-tweets.