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You can now easily upload images and share images with your tweets directly from no need to use any other website or application. Can you please add an option to upload images via HootSuite directly to and not to

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    Delivered  ·  PaigeAdminPaige (Product Liaision, Hootsuite) responded  · 

    Hello everyone!

    We’re pleased to announce the release of integration for our HootSuite Pro users!

    To make use of this integration, please configure your HootSuite Pro account with the steps in the following helpdesk article here:

    Thank you for using HootSuite!
    Travis | Customer Support – Technical Lead | @HootSuite_Help


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      • Persistent TitaPersistent Tita commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Why isn't this option more visible! I just spent the last hour in a cold sweat trying to figure out why a picture uploaded through hootsuite wasn't displaying my picture correctly on my twitter feed and only had a link instead. Waste of my time! Honestly. I get it. You want us to use your owly picture vault but, really, no one wants to. I really like your link shortener though!

      • tinajaytinajay commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Dumbest business decision in the world to make a basic key functionality to Twitter a pro feature on your non-essential platform.

      • ThandieThandie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hi guys. My company is on Pro and our tweets are current;y going out with image links and not actual images. Not sure if this is a result of the recent update to the Twitter profile page design , but the pics posted via Hootsuite are not appearing in the Twitter timeline.

        Please can you fix this feature as there really is no point in sharing images that can't be seen.

        Seeing that our business is paying for your services, it would be great if our content could be correctly represented (ie. not via an image link, but an actual image).


      • fdominguezromanfdominguezroman commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate


        This is a great improvement but, what happen with the click stats we had when we used links to those pictures before? How can we evaluate click through on those pictures?


      • Angela Nanka-BruceAngela Nanka-Bruce commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I tried it tonight, and have changed settings as directed above, but when you look at Twitter, it still says click for image.........

      • PaulPaul commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is great news! I have just tested this and it works great. Thanks for listening Hootsuite, this is a very welcome move. :-)

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Please add this option to Hootsuite! I'm embarresed that I'm not able to add an image to my tweet!

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I still don't understand why the images have to be hosted by why can't we post directly through Twitter through Hootsuite? It's frustrating... and I'm losing traffic because no previews of my photos show and any photos I do post don't show in my photos/video folder on Twitter. For a service that's meant to consolidate all my social media it's frustrating to have to go back to the individual social media sites to post messages with 'photo's - defeats the whole purpose...

      • Danielle - 100% OegstgeestDanielle - 100% Oegstgeest commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Got feedback from Hootsuite Help Desk on Feb 27, 2014:
        Images posted Twitter from HootSuite are hosted by and, as such, always display with an link. That being said, there should be a View/Hide option in order to expand and view the image in-stream.

        The ability to post directly to Twitter would certainly be useful and this is under review by our Developers for future releases.
        We keep on waiting..... :-(

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