Formatter + Twitter Integrations
In a matter of minutes and without a single line of code, Zapier allows you to connect Formatter by Zapier and Twitter, with as many as 32 possible integrations. Are you ready to find your productivity superpowers?
Tweet new posts from an RSS feed with lowercase titles
Automatically Tweeting your new posts is an easy way to share the things you publish on your blog—but if you use caps in your title, your posts will stand out as automated, not something you wrote just to share on Twitter. Zapier can help, with a Formatter step that can lowercase your title first before sharing it. Then, add some text to the Zap template like "New post:" so your Tweet will start with a capital letter but without having a fully capitalized title each time.
How this RSS-Twitter integration works
- A new post is published on your RSS feed
- Zapier's Formatter lowercases your text
- Zapier then Tweets the post with the sentence-style title and link
- Zapier Formatter
It's easy to connect Formatter by Zapier + Twitter and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.
Triggers when any user creates a new Tweet that contains a specific search term (like a word, phrase, username or hashtag).
Work with numeric data to do math operations, reformat currencies, and more (with line-item support).
Triggers when you tweet something new.
Various utilities like "choose value from list" or "look up in table" (with line-item support).
Triggers from mention of search term in a specific geo location.
Work with dates and times to change formatting or add/subtract time (with line-item support).
Triggers when there is a new tweet in a specific list you choose.
Work with text data to find & replace, capitalize, remove HTML, and more (with line-item support).
Triggers when a user of your choosing gets a new follower.
Creates a tweet.
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