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Connect an Owned X (formerly Twitter) Profile

To connect an X (formerly Twitter) profile as Owned/Private with Emplifi, there are no special prerequisites as for Facebook or Instagram. 

All you need to do is connect the X (formerly Twitter) profile with your Emplifi Suite account. The following steps will guide you through the process:

  1. Log in to your Emplifi Suite account;

  2. Go to Settings -> Profiles and click +Add profile.
    A pop-up window will appear. Here, you have the option of adding Owned and Public profiles;

  3. Click Connect owned profiles. When adding pages as Private, it requires a login to the X (formerly Twitter) profile in order to complete the authorization:

  4. Click X (formerly Twitter).

  5. A new window will pop-up. As previously explained, you will be asked to authorize Emplifi App with the X (formerly Twitter) profile currently logged on the browser:
    For this example, we’re trying to add  into Emplifi Suite.

    • So we need to confirm that this is the profile we’re currently logged into in the same browser. Otherwise, it will result in an error.

    • In case you're not sure what profile you're logged into right now, our advice is to log out of any active X (formerly Twitter) profile in your browser before proceeding.This way, Emplifi Suite will ask to log in to X (formerly Twitter) for authorization (we would make sure to insert the credentials for jony73258198’s X (formerly Twitter) profile).

  6. Once you click Authorize, you will be redirected back to Emplifi to confirm you want to add the profile;

  7. Click Add Profiles.

Your X (formerly Twitter) Profile is now added as Private (Owned) to Emplifi Suite. This means that both insights and publishing permissions have been connected for the profile.

You can now analyze insights data and will be able to publish tweets with our Publisher and reply to tweets and direct messages with Community (as long as they’re not private).

To know how to manually connect the publishing permissions, see Connect Twitter Insights and Publishing Permissions.

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