Use Twitter right within Discord

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What can you do with TweetShift?

Twitter Feeds

With Twitter Feeds (previously Auto-Posting), you can set a Twitter account to automatically post Tweets right into a Discord channel.

Liking & Retweet

React to Tweets with the Heart & RT Emojis to Like and Retweet directly from Discord.


With just one command, your server's members can Tweet directly to their Twitter accounts quickly.


View Twitter accounts with one command, with all the details you'd expect. Get info on the fly.


Our Dashboard lets you setup TweetShift in your server quickly and easily, we're sure you'd love it!

Why use TweetShift?


TweetShift is clear and simple. It takes most people around 2 minutes to setup TweetShift features in their server.


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The bot was engineered with speed in mind. We're always striving to have a great ping, fast responses and rapid auto-posts.

Private & Secure

We think keeping your data secure & private is important, which is why we're transparent about how we handle your data.

What our users say:

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"TweetShift empowers our users across multiple products to quickly view Tweets for our services right from Discord, making it easier for users to engage with us."


"TweetShift is pog because I can Tweet to my users without leaving Discord, and all my Tweets are broadcasted to the users of my app, on my Discord server."


"TweetShift is the next step up from a basic Twitter webhook. It boosts your engagement in a way no other Discord-based Twitter solution I've ever found has been able to."

So then, what are you waiting for?

Invite TweetShift to your server and enjoy all the benefits of Twitter inside Discord!

Invite to server

Once invited just type t!help to see all our commands, or look at the Documentation for the full list of features and commands.

Need some help?

If you're having any issues or just want to ask a question, join our support server and head to our support channel. We also recommend reading the Documentation

Join Support Server Documentation

Once you've joined, head over to the #support channel.