SharePoint Online Modern UI - Twitter Preview Web Part

How to use "Twitter Preview" web part in a Modern SharePoint site page. In earlier versions, this would be the flow how the tweets can be viewed in our site.

In earlier versions, this would be the flow for how Tweets can be viewed in our site.

  • Embed our Twitter account code.
  • Add Script Editor Web part to the Page.
  • Insert the embed code.

Now, Microsoft has introduced a web part “Twitter Preview" which is simple and clean. Here we are going to learn the use of the "Twitter Preview" web part in a Modern SharePoint site page.

Twitter Web-part Flow

  • Create a Page Insert Twitter (preview) Web part Feed.

    SharePoint Online Modern UI - Twitter Preview Web Part

  • The Feeds which we can fetch will have the following options available 
  1. Retrieving feeds based on User Name.
  2. Retrieving feeds based on Web Url.
  3. Retrieving feeds based on embed code.
  • Retrieving feeds based on User Name

    We need to give the Twitter User Name of the person from whom we need the tweet feeds. In my case, I gave Bill Gates as  the Twitter UserName

    SharePoint Online Modern UI - Twitter Preview Web Part

  • Retrieving feeds based on Web URL.

    SharePoint Online Modern UI - Twitter Preview Web Part

Publish the page & you can easily collaborate the twitter feeds with SharePoint. Based on the customer requirements & needs the web part layout and zone can be varied.

Currently Retrieving feeds based on embedded code is not possible from Twitter, because they have stopped that service.
 
SharePoint Online Modern UI - Twitter Preview Web Part

Twitter feeds+Sharepoint integration is done.