Step=>1: Go to Elementskit=> User data=> Twitter user data
Step=>2: Provide Twitter Username and click on Get Access Token to get Access token
Now Provide the Access Token to your Twitter User Data=> Save Changes
Step=>3: Go to Elementor=> Search Twitter Feed=> Just Drag and drop the field
Now you can showcase your Instagram post to your Twitter feed widget
Step=>1: Go to Elements=> Search Twitter Feed=> Just Drag and drop the field
Step=>2: Click on Layout Setting=> Enable Show Header Toggle to display the Heading part of your profile
Step=>3: Enable Show Cover Photo to display Twitter Cover Image to your Profile
Step=>4: Enable Show statics to display statics to your header
Step=>5: Select Feed style List, Grid or Masonry
Step=>6: Select your Column Grid 1,2,3 or 4 means how many column you want to choose to display post.
Step=>7: Provide count value of how many post you want to display
Step=>8: Enable or Disable Show Media
Step=>9: Provide Label and Modify Label Content
Step=>1: Enable Show Author to show Author Information to your post
Step=>2: Author Setting=> Select Only Thumbnail Image, Only Name or Both
Step=>3: Select your Thumbnail style Circle or Square
Step=>4: Enable Show Date to provide the post upload date
Step=>5: Enable Show Hash to provide the most used word
Step=>6: Enable Show Read More Button to help user to read more
Step=>7: Enable Comment Box to showcase the user’s comment and reaction to your Post
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