Twitter , 68 reviews
The app was a bit tricky to set up, but it's worth the effort. I was able to sync all my products to Twitter and got the Spotlight Products on my Twitter profile.
The Twitter app was super easy to use and setup. The only downfall is that you can only show up to 50 products.
I am updating my previous review from a 1 to a 4.
Thanks to the assistance of the app developer, I discovered my store is seen under my Twitter profile, but only using the Twitter app on an iPhone. Because I only own an iPad Pro, I could not see it. I borrowed my daughter's iPhone and saw my store displaying properly. Hopefully Android users and tablet users will be able to see my shop as well. Thank you to the developer who answered my email within minutes of sending it.
Hi Sheair Butters,
Thanks for your interest. We noticed that you successfully connected your Twitter account and have an active storefront on your Twitter profile. Please note that products in your shop will currently only appear on mobile devices in the US - our team was able to verify that your shop is visible on an iOS device in the US (we will be launching our Shops offering on Android shortly). Please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, thank you!
Pretty easy way to sync your products for twitter shopping. Look forward to future enhancements and functionality.
To make this more useable, Twitter could put all the variants into 1 listing... It's also difficult to read what each variant is because the product titles are cut off. Double-line product titles could be implemented to fix that...
It was easy enough to integrate and set up. Just needs more time in the oven to become a great feature.
The process is time consuming, but worth it. We understand that others are looking for the process to be speedy, but they probably saw the exact things as we did. Install the app, then channel, and then sync our catalogues. But, we should have been informed to actually install the channel, then the app, and then allow permissions for store connection. Then after, the catalogue will sync, but we also have to be signed into our twitter accounts and they cannot be personal or creator accounts. Even though we have to setup product sets, and the process can be lengthy--it's worth it and doable. Again, the process takes a good bit of time if you are in a hurry and do not understand everything that is being asked of the process. So, after allowing time to sync the store, catalogues, accounts, and create a product set--we'll have the "red" view shop tab present on our twitter account. This will only be visible from another twitter account. You just have to trust the process from shop studsmenfashion.com I didn't give it five stars because we're actually exhausted from the process. Maybe later. Thanks! :)