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How to save Twitter threads to Evernote (free & takes minutes)
Learn how to save Twitter threads to Evernote with Tressel’s Twitter to Evernote integration. It’s easy, free and takes just minutes to set up!
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Twitter is a great place to read content you may not be able to find anywhere else. Often, we want to save Twitter threads we find particularly noteworthy to Evernote. But how?
You could do it by manually copy-pasting the thread’s content or setting up a complex, high-maintenance Zapier/IFTTT integration.
But the quickest and easiest free way to do it is via Tressel. Here’s how!
Go here to register for a free Tressel account - all you need is an email address and a password (or using your Twitter, Facebook or Google account will do).
No credit card needed!
Connect your Twitter and Evernote accounts to Tressel so that it knows what you want to save and where to place it after saving it.
1. Go to the Settings page in Tressel
2. Go to Integrations Settings and click the Configure button in the Twitter and the Evernote cards
3. Login with your Evernote account and authorize Tressel to access your account
4. That’s Evernote connected! You should be redirected back to Tressel. Now do the same with your Twitter account
There are two ways to save a thread to Tressel/Evernote depending on your preferences and your subscription
1. Reply "@tresselapp save thread" to the thread you want to save.
Any tweet in the thread is fine, but the most reliable way is to reply to the first tweet in the thread especially if the thread has multiple chains (or the last tweet in the thread if it's older than 7 days old)
2. Wait 2 minutes and you should receive a confirmation message that the thread has been saved (and you can verify this in your Tressel dashboard)
Note - this is a premium feature - you must be subscribed to Tressel's premium plan to save privately via DMs
1. On the first tweet of the thread to save (or the last tweet of the thread if it’s >7 days old), click the Share menu and click "Send via Direct Message"
2. Search for Tressel and send a message with "save thread" or "st"
3. After 2 minutes, you should receive a confirmation message that the thread has been saved (and you can verify this in your Tressel dashboard)
Wait 5 minutes (at most) and you should automatically have a separate notebook in your Evernote workspace called "Tressel" with all your saved tweets and threads
Optional - if you want to resync ALL your tweets/threads to Evernote all over again (from scratch), press the "Clear Sync Memory" button in Evernote's settings page
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