Glue makes it easy to share the things you like with your friends on Twitter. Here’s a quick overview on how to make this happen.
Sharing 2cents on Glue is a light-weight way to express your thoughts about what you’re looking at. The 140 character restraint encourages the sharing of short, expressive thoughts and enables Glue to integrate into Twitter.
Sharing 2cents to Twitter makes it easy to share what you like with friends. It also adds context to the conversation.
Earlier today I visited the page on Wikipedia for a great new HBO show, True Blood, and wanted to share my thoughts with my friends on Twitter.
It sent my 2cents and a link to the Wikipedia article, helping others see what I was talking about.
What’s cool about this is that it pulls your Twitter friends to the Wikipedia page where they are plugged into the Glue network.
When I returned to the page I saw that a number of my friends had clicked through. I also saw that some of my friends also liked the show and that one of them shared his 2cents.
Here’s how to post to Twitter from Glue:
1) Mouse over the item’s image in the Glue bar and select ACTIONS
From now on whenever you add 2cents to the things that you like you’ll share your thoughts on Twitter and your friends will be able to click through to discover something new and continue the conversation in context.