Day 4/9 - Create a Twitter thread based on an blog post

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Create a Twitter thread based on a blog post

If you want to take your tweeting to the next level and create more prosperous, engaging content, create a Twitter thread based on your blog post!

Here I show you how to do it with Make and OpenAI

  1. Extract information from an article published on the web
  2. Runs a prompt to create a thread on Twitter with the extracted information
  3. Finally, execute the publication of the tweets

Remember that by sharing valuable content on Twitter, you are increasing your brands visibility and creating a stronger bond with your audience.

Dont wait any longer and try to Make with OpenAI using the GPT4 model today, and you will increase your productivity!


hello, can you share more details about each component of that automation?

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It would be great if we could get more context into each of the modules. Particularly for the first 3 modules.

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Hey, thanks for sharing this, could shed more context on how you did this, or share the blueprint? I have a blog and have been trying to get this workflow but havent been able to figure it out. This will help me immensely.

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Would be great if you can give us the blueprint

Please provide blueprints

@Francisco_Fontes This seems like a complex scenario, perhaps exporting the blueprint might help others replicate the scenario.

At the bottom of the scenario editor, you can click on the three dots to find the Export Blueprint menu item.


Uploading it here will look like this:

blueprint.json (119.3 KB)

Thank you!


I found his video here :

But bad news its not a thread.
Its a tweet quoting another tweet.

Ibeen investigating on how to create a thread with twitter modules for weeks and didnt manage to.

I think the only solution is to use the http module to do a post request. So we need to create a custom connection to twitter api v2.

Not doable with twitter modules (neither v5 nor v6) unless someone proves me wrong (hopefully)


new to and im not familiar with coding other than PHP. can you explain how you would setup the HTTP module request to get this done?