Save Tweets to Notion. No-code Twitter API integration
Elon Musk might start charging companies for access to Twitter API, but you can still connect to it without Elon tax with a simple No-code Make scenario.
Twitter is an incredibly effective platform for finding and sharing information. It has become an invaluable tool for individuals, businesses, and organisations alike. However, with the sheer volume of information available, it can be difficult to keep track of the most interesting Tweets and conversations.
Another reason is also risk of your that information disappearing completely, because people might delete it, Twitter might crash and go bankrupt or Elon Musk might have a bad day.
That’s where our Make.com (formerly Integromat) integration comes in. By connecting your Twitter and Notion accounts, you can easily save Tweets to one organized place, allowing you to follow conversations and content more easily. This automated solution makes it even simpler to share the discoveries with others.
Make scenario setup
Make offers a simplified way to connect to Twitter API without dealing with any code.
The saving of a tweet is triggered by you replying to a tweet with a “bookmark” comment or any comment containing word “bookmark” like for example “I am bookmarking this.”
The scenario in Make consists out of 5 modules:
- Watch Tweets — reacts to all tweets posted by the user
- Get User Tweet — gets detail of tweet you replied to that. The preceding module makes sure that only a) replies and b) containing word “bookmark” are passed
- Get a User — this is needed to convert the handle to a full screen name of the user you see in Twitter
- Create Notion Database Item — this adds new rows to our database
- Append Database Item Content — this adds content inside a database row — we are using this to show embedd cards
Notion base setup