How to link to a Tweet or Moment

Did you know you can link to a Tweet or Moment, just like you link to a webpage? Every Tweet and Moment has its own URL that you can bookmark or share with friends.

View instructions for:
  • See iOS instructions
  • See Android Instructions
  • See desktop instructions

How to find a Tweet's URL

  1. Navigate to the Tweet you’d like the URL of.
  2. Tap the  icon located at the top of the Tweet.
  3. Tap Share Tweet via.
  4. Select Copy link to Tweet. The URL should now be copied to your clipboard.

How to find a Tweet's URL

  1. Navigate to the Tweet you’d like the URL of.
  2. Tap the  icon located at the top of the Tweet.
  3. Select Copy link to Tweet. The URL should now be copied to your clipboard.

How to find a Tweet's URL

  1. Navigate to the Tweet you’d like the URL of.
  2. Click the  icon located within the Tweet.
  3. From the pop-up menu, select Copy link to Tweet. The URL should now be copied to your clipboard.

Whenever you view a Tweet's permanent link, you can see:

  • The exact time and date the Tweet was posted.
  • The number of favorites and retweets the Tweet received.

 

How to find a Moment’s URL

  • In the Twitter for iOS or Twitter for Android app: Tap the share icon (  on iOS,  on Android) then tap Tweet this Moment to see the URL in the Tweet compose view. From this menu pop-up you also have the option to copy the URL link.
  • On the web: Click on the Moment and find its URL in the address bar of your web browser.
View instructions for:
  • See iOS instructions
  • See Android Instructions
  • See desktop instructions

How to find a Moment’s URL

Tap the share icon  on iOS then tap Tweet this Moment to see the URL in the Tweet compose view. From this menu pop-up you also have the option to copy the URL link.

How to find a Moment’s URL

Tap the share icon then tap Tweet this Moment to see the URL in the Tweet compose view. From this menu pop-up you also have the option to copy the URL link.

How to find a Moment’s URL

 Click on the Moment and find its URL in the address bar of your web browser.

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