How To: Find Your Facebook Friends on Twitter

If you’re like me, you’re a self-obsessed narcissist who’s self-confidence is determined by the approval of your peers.  Here is a quick and easy way to find all of your Facebook friends on Twitter so you can take another step on the path of social networking dominance! (Note: I used my Yahoo! mail account, I’m unaware of the accessibility through other platforms.)

Step 1:

Log into your Yahoo! account and click on the “Contacts” tab on the left side of your screen. This will open up a new page showing your contacts on the left of the screen and a list of “Popular Tools” on the right side of your screen. Click on “Import Contacts” and then click on the Facebook icon.

Step 2:

After you’ve imported all of your  Facebook contacts to your Yahoo! account, open your Twitter profile in a new tab/window.  Click on the “Who to Follow” tab on the upper right hand side of the page.  A new screen will show multiple services to connect with, click on the Yahoo! icon.

Step 3:

After waiting for Twitter to import your contacts (duration is based on the number of contacts, obviously the more contacts you  have the longer it will take) a new screen will show up showing all ofyour Yahoo contacts with Twitter pages.

Step 4:

The screen of imported contacts allows you a couple of options: You can see how many of your contacts you are already following, invite facebook friends who don’t have a twitter account and most importantly follow the people you’d like to connect with.  Currently there are two options, you can click on a button showing “Follow All (# of Contacts)” or you can browse each profile and follow your facebook friends individually.

Step 5:

Start working on your humor because you now have to interact with people you actually know!


26 thoughts on “How To: Find Your Facebook Friends on Twitter”

  1. I followed the steps up to: Click on the “Who to Follow” tab on the upper right hand side of the page. A new screen will show multiple services to connect with, click on the Yahoo! icon.

    But this new screen didnt appear at all – any ideas why?


    1. Anonymous., got some of the world best hackers, but they live by the rule with with great power comes great reiosnspbility. they are just like wikileakes x100.They are highly protected, and probaly 10 moves ahead of you.PS network down, Visa down, it is just short demostation what those guys can do.. They got information NSA And the United Stats Gouverments would go fare to get.


    2. His tutorial may have been showemat useful but this guy is a total scam. I visited his website and contacted him for some questions and help regarding my website. He then told me he would help me all the way if I would donate some money to his website. I thought it made sense to ask for some donation since I am sure he gets many requests from many people. Boy how wrong I was after his first and only reply he never wrote me back again. The donation may have been just a small amount of money


  2. ok so i did all the steps til number 3 and only two of 321 of my fb/yahoo contacts showed up. and they were both random contacts that werent ppl…like magazines that i have contacts for. should i just wait a little while and try again later? or what?


  3. There will be a public clsunotation on the merger (now called an aquisition) of TGH with manchester royal infirmary. Unfortunately this will probably take place AFTER all the acute services (accident and emergency, general surgery and medicine) have moved. You will no longer be able to have an emergency operation or a planned operation at Trafford. Not only does this mean as patients you will need to travel to Manchester but your relatives will have to brave rush hour traffic to visit you (oh yes, there is no direct bus route either) As a surgical patient you can be investigated at Trafford, meet, get to know and plan your operation with your consultant, go to the MRI and be operated on by your consultant and then, be looked after by a group of doctors you’ve never met (as your consultant will be back at Trafford). So that’s great continuity of care isn’t it?If you have a medical problem, you too will be shipped off to manchester as there are plans only for a few overnight beds for patients well enough to go home the next day. But don’t worry, if you need an orthopaedic operation then you can have that at Trafford. But if you do, please don’t get a complication as there will be no physician or surgeon on site. But I’m sure that will be fine you can be popped in an ambulance and taken to the mother ship (MRI) to get the correct and appropriate treatment, and if it was a false alarm you can be ferried back to Trafford Hurray!Also you need to remember to become unwell between the hours of 7am and 9pm because that’s when the A+E will be open and the ambulances will be waiting to transfer you to the MRI where I’m sure there will be a bed available on your arrival (remember when there was a fire at trafford and all ambulances were diverted for 24 hours and the surrounding A+E departments ground to a halt with sheer numbers ?). Let’s hope whoever is staffing the new walk in centre can diagnose you as it doesn’t look like it will be staffed by A+E doctors (still under discussion I say discussion, there’s been none, more a dictatorship). So off you will go, by ambulance to MRI, its a good job there’s a bus stop outside the unit for your relatives to jump on the bus, get off at St Peters square and grab another bus to the MRI not to worry, you’ll probably still be queuing outside on a trolly so they won’t have missed anything.I’m sure it will also please the residents of trafford to know that when Fred the weatherman opened the state of the art Intensive Care Unit (ICU) which was built at vast expense, it was known at that point it was shutting (high dependency beds only), perhaps he should have been booked for a closing down party as well (Let’s hope none of you orthopaedic patients need ventilating).so the public clsunotation will take place you will be well informed (NOT), your views will be taken into consideration (NOT) and all will be happy (especially staff who still have jobs). Let’s hope the clsunotation is as informative as a)the one we had prior to our maternity closing b) as informative as the clsunotations that took place before Burnley and Rochdale Hospitals shut (residents knew nothing)So to the 200,000 residents of Trafford its exciting times ahead with the new and improved development of services at Trafford General the Birthplace of the NHS.Mmmmm now I have to say I have spoken as a Trafford resident, not as a member of staff As a member of staff I do not wish to express my views on the merger .PS I wonder what a new house will go for on the land that was Trafford General (prime land will get the MRI out of a significant amount of their debt)


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