WALNUT, CA, September 27, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — SocialPilot has released ThreadMagic, a tool that enables users to transform Twitter threads into PDFs formatted in a carousel-like manner that can be freely shared on LinkedIn. Users can reuse recent and old Twitter threads and improve their LinkedIn engagement by using ThreadMagic PDFs. Product Hunt and existing SocialPilot users support ThreadMagic’s product launch.
Twitter threads generate really good engagement. They cannot, however, be shared elsewhere. ThreadMagic is a simple solution that allows users to share Twitter threads on LinkedIn. Before ThreadMagic, it required the assistance of a designer to export a Twitter thread for use in another context. The manual process of selecting each tweet and compiling them into a single document that could be shared later on was time-consuming and tedious. ThreadMagic avoids the inconveniences of having to manually include each tweet in a document by automating the entire process and generating a nicely designed PDF that can quickly be shared on LinkedIn.
ThreadMagic can turn any Twitter thread into a carousel-style PDF, which is ideal for posting on LinkedIn. However, at this stage, there are a few Twitter threads that ThreadMagic cannot transform. This is a limitation put in place by Twitter. The reasons can be any of the following: the Twitter thread is old, engagement levels on the Twitter thread have already exceeded a particular threshold, any Twitter-imposed constraint, or a combination of these reasons.
When transforming a Twitter thread, ThreadMagic employs a straightforward procedure. The transformation may be started by simply copying the Twitter thread’s URL and pasting it into the relevant section on ThreadMagic’s landing page. In a matter of seconds, ThreadMagic will revamp the Twitter thread. ThreadMagic provides a preview of the transformed file after the thread has been transformed. If the user wishes to save a copy of the transformed thread to share on LinkedIn or elsewhere, a copy will be delivered to the user’s email address.
Jimit Bagadiya, Co-Founder and CEO of SocialPilot said, “Twitter threads were forced to remain on Twitter. Getting them off of Twitter was a huge hassle. The Twitter thread’s journey ended when it did its job on Twitter and got its fair share of likes, retweets, and comments. We were trying to think of a method to continue the conversation started in these Twitter threads after they had concluded on Twitter.”
SocialPilot, a SaaS platform, is an easy-to-use social media marketing tool that assists professionals, teams, and enterprises in automating their social media management. It helps customers at every step, from adding posts to their profiles to figuring out how well those posts did, and everything in between.
Since its inception, SocialPilot has amassed over 8,000 clients, including Walmart, the U.S. Army, NYSU, and the United Nations, among others. According to the Leaders Spring 2022 ranking, SocialPilot has established itself as one of the top global providers of social media management tools.
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