Sharing your Photobucket Pictures on Twitter

Sharing your Photobucket Pictures on Twitter
Most of us probably have Photobucket pictures that we like to share with our friends and relatives. Photobucket is one of the first online photo album and photo sharing sites, and it's still one of the most popular. The site has many features and add-ons, and it is this versatility that users love about the site. More than being able to upload and store images, you can also now upload and store videos. Photobucket also allows you to organize your pictures into albums, or create slideshows out of them.
There are many sharing options found in Photobucket. You can share individual images, share entire albums, and even share slideshows. For Twitter aficionados, you're in luck because now Photobucket has Twitter integration which makes sharing so much easier. Here is how you can easily share your Photobucket pictures on your Twitter.
Step 1 - Integrate your Photobucket with your Twitter
If you haven't done this yet, you will probably get a prompt the moment you log on to Photobucket. Here you will find an option to connect to your Twitter account. Click on Connect, and give your Twitter details if prompted. This service is powered by Photobucket's own Twitgoo. If you don't get the prompt, just go to one of your Photobucket albums, and click Share found in the upper left box. You will be taken to a window where you can integrate your account with your Twitter.
Step 2 - Click on the T
Now everytime you want to share something in Photobucket, you simply click on the Twitter icon, and you get a splash page that gives you the option to add a message. Once you click Share, this post along with your image or album URL, gets published on your Twitter account. 
Sharing an Album
When you are in your album in Photobucket, check the box on the upper left corner that says Share This Album. There you will find the URL of your album, as well as the Twitter icon for quick sharing.
Sharing a Photo
Simply hover over a photo and there will be a dropdown menu. Here you will find the Twitter icon for quick sharing. Just click on this, type in an optional message, and press Share. All your Twitter friends can now view your Photobucket picture!
Uploading a Photo
In the photo upload section, there is a Twitter icon with a check box beside it. If you want to instantly share your new picture with your Twitter followers, just check this box. Once uploading is done, a link is published on your Twitter account where your friends can instantly view the Photobucket picture you uploaded.
Sharing a Slideshow
You can even share slideshows on your Twitter! While in a Photobucket album, click on the Slideshows tab. Create your slideshow here by choosing the pictures you want to include, and picking a slideshow style. Save your slideshow. Once you're viewing the saved slideshow, hover to the upper left of the screen and you will find a dropdown menu for Sharing. Here you will see a Twitter icon, which you can click to instantly share your newly-created slideshow with your Twitter followers. 


Most of us probably have Photobucket pictures that we like to share with our friends and relatives. Photobucket is one of the first online photo album and photo sharing sites, and it's still one of the most popular. The site has many features and add-ons, and it is this versatility that users love. More than being able to upload and store images, you can also now upload and store videos. Photobucket also allows you to organize your pictures into albums, or create slideshows out of them.

There are many sharing options found on Photobucket. You can share individual images, share entire albums, and even share slideshows. For Twitter aficionados, you're in luck because now Photobucket has Twitter integration which makes sharing so much easier. Here is how you can easily share your Photobucket pictures on your Twitter.

Integrate Your Photobucket with Your Twitter

If you haven't done this yet, you will probably get a prompt the moment you log on to Photobucket. Here you will find an option to connect to your Twitter account. Click on Connect, and give your Twitter details if prompted. This service is powered by Photobucket's own Twitgoo. If you don't get the prompt, just go to one of your Photobucket albums, and click Share found in the upper left box. You will be taken to a window where you can integrate your account with your Twitter.

Click on the T

Now everytime you want to share something in Photobucket, you simply click on the Twitter icon, and you get a splash page that gives you the option to add a message. Once you click Share, this post, along with your image or album URL, gets published on your Twitter account. 

Sharing an Album

When you are in your album in Photobucket, check the box on the upper left corner that says Share This Album. There, you will find the URL of your album, as well as the Twitter icon for quick sharing.

Sharing a Photo

Simply hover over a photo and there will be a dropdown menu. Here, you will find the Twitter icon for quick sharing. Just click on this, type in an optional message, and press Share. All your Twitter friends can now view your Photobucket picture.

Uploading a Photo

In the photo upload section, there is a Twitter icon with a check box beside it. If you want to instantly share your new picture with your Twitter followers, just check this box. Once uploading is done, a link is published on your Twitter account where your friends can instantly view the Photobucket picture you uploaded.

Sharing a Slideshow

You can even share slideshows on your Twitter. While in a Photobucket album, click on the Slideshows tab. Create your slideshow here by choosing the pictures you want to include, and picking a slideshow style. Save your slideshow. Once you're viewing the saved slideshow, hover to the upper left of the screen and you will find a dropdown menu for Sharing. Here, you will see a Twitter icon, which you can click to instantly share your newly-created slideshow with your Twitter followers. 


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