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Change photo provider in TweetDeck

By Patrick Stafford
Friday, 22 July 2011

Tech TricksTweetDeck is one of the better Twitter clients out there, and part of that is because of the sheer amount of ways to share content like photos and videos.


But did you know you can actually change your provider for third-party photos inside the TweetDeck application itself?


To change this setting, go to the “settings” window, which you can do by clicking the wrench-icon in the top-right corner of the TweetDeck window.


After that window is open, click the “services” option on the left-hand side.


In this window, you should see an option to “select the service you wish to use to upload images to Twitter”. There you can choose between Yfrog, Plixi, TwitPic and a few others.

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