This is much easier:
Last month, Twitter announced their offering of an html generator for unique twitter updates, and we asked why on earth it is so complicated.
As it stands currently, there are several steps one must take in order to use the fancy new function and although it’s highly useful for bloggers, it is inefficient.
In steps the newly designed Google Chrome extension (an add on for those using the Chrome internet browser) called “Blackbird for Chrome.”
After installation, the unique tweet’s Blackbird html code is generated and can be pasted directly into a blog post, saving many useless steps.
Here’s a visual of how it works:
CC Licensed image courtesy of dbarefoot via Flickr.com.