Email notice for Twitter users

Today I sent the following email to everyone who had Twitter cross-posting configured on their account. We’ve got about one month left on our commitment to support Twitter cross-posting. We can’t justify paying Twitter for API access beyond that. Tweet while you can, the feature shuts down July 15th.

Hi @your-username,

You’re receiving this email because you currently have cross-posting to Twitter configured in your account. Twitter has been changing their API and we want to let you know how this affects has committed to support Twitter cross-posting until July 15th. After that date, cross-posting will be disabled. We hope this gives you plenty of time to wind down how you’re using Twitter.

Note that you may need to disable and then re-enable Twitter cross-posting if your blog posts are not currently being posted correctly after recent Twitter API changes. In on the web, click on Account → Edit Sources & Cross-posting.

If you’re curious why we had to make this decision, please see Manton’s blog post about it.

If you’re looking for other options for automatic posting to Twitter, you’ll find that most services have already stopped working soon because of Twitter API changes. We currently recommend looking into Buffer, which may be able to sustainably offer this feature in a way that smaller companies like cannot.

However, there’s good Twitter news too! We have launched a new import feature for importing an archive of all your tweets to This is a great way to browse and search old posts, keeping a copy of tweets outside of Twitter.

For more details about the tweets import, check out this YouTube video.

Thanks for your support!

P.S. We also support cross-posting to Mastodon, Medium, Tumblr, Bluesky, Flickr, LinkedIn, and Nostr.

Manton Reece @manton