Twitter Cards

I've just had word from Twitter that Bible Summary has been approved for Twitter Cards.

"What's a Twitter Card?" I hear you very reasonably ask. It's a preview box that automatically appears on Twitter when you post a link to certain types of content. (For example, when you post a link to a YouTube video on Twitter, the video appears underneath the tweet.)

Starting today, if you post a link to a Bible Summary chapter on Twitter - e.g. - the summary will automatically appear under your tweet.

Try it!

So if you're tweeting about a chapter of the Scripture, why not link to a summary for context? Just find the chapter at the Bible Summary website and copy the URL into your tweet.

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Chris Juby

I summarised all 1,189 chapters of the Bible on Twitter - one tweet per chapter, one chapter per day for over three years.

Click ☰Summaries above to view the archive.

Find out about the project here, you can buy the Bible Summary book on Kindle or in paperback, and feel free to get in contact if you have any comments or questions.

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