We have new features on our site for authors who love writing Twitter threads!

1) Get PDF archives of all your own threads
2) Publish your threads to blog using Micropub

We are providing these for free to help authors spread their work!
1) Get PDF archives of all your own threads

In order to archive your own threads, please create a free account with us from the link below using Twitter login so we know which threads you authored.

After you login, you will be redirected to "My Threads" that lists the threads you unrolled, liked or bookmarked. You should also see a new tab "My Authored Threads" with all the threads that you authored. (if you don't see any, please go ahead and unroll!)
From there, click "Save as PDF" from each thread and it will be downloadable from "My Archives" page. (downloading threads from other authors is still a Premium feature. You can learn more about it from here: threadreaderapp.com/premium)
2) Publish your threads to blog using Micropub

We also implemented a way to publish your own threads to blogs that support Micropub. Just let us know the URL of your blog, authenticate us and select the thread you want to publish.
The part that may require some work is enabling Micropub on your blog. Some come right out of the box (like micro.blog although not free) but others such as Wordpress require installing a plugin etc.
But once your blog has Micropub enabled, all you have to do is click the "Publish to Blog" button or the "Your blog settings" button and enter the URL in the popup box. Your blog should be updated within couple of minutes!
We hope this is useful for all the Twitter thread authors out there! We built this app because we love reading threads and we want to help authors spread their work even more to a bigger audience. We would love to hear your feedback!
Hat tip again to @ChrisAldrich for the Micropub suggestion and for his detailed review on this feature!

To learn more about Micropub, please visit this page: indieweb.org/Micropub

And here's a list of servers (services/blogs) that support Micropub: indieweb.org/Micropub/Serve…

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1) Simply put any hashtag at the time you unroll a thread (can be multiple!) Image
2) After the thread is unrolled, you will see the hashtags on your account page: threadreaderapp.com/account/home

So much easier to sort! Image
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1) Best Taverns and Beer in Madrid by @natalia_velilla (thank you @paco229 for sharing!)

2) We found many great #Scrolly threads by @friendschurches introducing historical churches in England and Wales:

3) Here's a good #Scrolly thread to enjoy the 10 most beautiful beaches!

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6 Apr
Here are more examples of beautiful #Scrolly we recently found!

1) Cherry blossom viewing festival by @AlexPler_
2) Fascinating repair of an old calculator by @Foone

3) Gorgeous photos of Earth's polar ice by @NASA_ICE

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5 Apr
OK, we realize that asking you to hunt for Scrolly Tales without the right tool is a big ask. So we’ve come up with threadreaderapp.com/scrolly/recent
It’s a list of recently unrolled threads that we think may look great as Scrolly Tales. But the “may” here is doing a lot of work, because our 🤖’s guess is nowhere near perfect. So we need you to pick the most Scrolly-worthy Tales
As @Moratel_Entles mentioned, our Scrolly Tales software is just a start. We are chopping off parts of images, and some text-heavy images just do not fit the Scrolly Tale medium.
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4 Apr
Happy Easter! To celebrate, we are having an Easter Egg Hunt contest!

Find a thread that works great as Scrolly Tale and win one year of free Premium Membership with Thread Reader App!
To recap what Scrolly Tales is about, please read the thread below:
You can nominate a thread or you can create a new thread yourself too :)
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1 Apr
Big announcement! We just released a new feature on our site called "A Scrolly Tale" that lets you experience Twitter threads in a more visually immersive way!
So what exactly are Scrolly Tales? The easiest way to find out more about it is to experience it in action! Here are some of the gems we found:
1) Earthship by @rohindhar: Scrolly Tale works wonderfully well for threads with beautiful photos. Check out this stunning self-sustaining home in New Mexico!
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