How to Open Twitter Links in Chrome?

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If you use Chrome and Twitter, you may have noticed that links from tweets sometimes don’t open properly. This is a common issue that can be easily fixed by adjusting your browser settings.

First, go to the settings menu in your Chrome browser and select “Advanced” at the bottom of the page. From there, you should find an option for “Content Settings” that will allow you to manage how websites handle permissions like pop-ups, cookies, images, and more. Selecting this option will open a new window with several tabs at the top. You should then select the tab labeled “Handlers” which will show you a list of protocols and their associated websites.

Next, scroll through the list until you find the “Twitter” protocol, and make sure that it has the checkbox next to it marked as checked. This will ensure that all links opened from Twitter in Chrome are opened directly in Chrome instead of being redirected elsewhere. Once this change is made, links should open properly when clicked on within Twitter posts.

In some cases, even after making this change, links may still not work when clicking on them in tweets or other social media posts on Chrome. If this happens, try switching to a different browser or updating your Twitter app since these can also cause issues with link opening in Chrome. Additionally, clearing your browser cache and cookies may help resolve any issues related to link opening as well.

Overall, if you use both Chrome and Twitter often then ensuring that all links open properly is essential for having a great user experience! By taking the time to adjust your settings and troubleshoot any potential problems related to link opening in Chrome, you can ensure that all Twitter posts are opened correctly each time they are clicked on within your browser.

How to Open Twitter Links in Chrome? 1

Opening Links in Chrome on Twitter

In order to make Twitter open links in Chrome, first open the Settings app on your device. Next, select Apps, then tap on Twitter. Under Defaults, tap Set as default and make sure that the Open supported links option is turned on. You may also need to select Chrome from the list of available applications. Once this is done, any links opened within the Twitter app should now be opened in Chrome.

Troubleshooting Issues with Opening Links on Twitter

There could be a few reasons why you’re unable to open links on Twitter. Firstly, it could be due to the browser you’re using. We recommend switching to a different browser or updating your current browser as this may fix the issue. Secondly, if you’re using the Twitter app, make sure that it is up-to-date, and if not, update it. It may also help to clear the Twitter app’s cache. Lastly, check your internet connection and make sure that it is working properly. If all else fails, try deleting and reinstalling the Twitter app.

Opening Links Directly in Chrome

Opening links directly in Chrome is very easy! First, simply right-click on the link you want to open and select “Open Link in New Tab” from the drop-down menu. This will open the link in a new tab on your Chrome browser. You can also open multiple links at once by holding down the ‘Ctrl’ key on your keyboard and clicking each link. Finally, if you have multiple tabs already open, you can open a link directly in one of these tabs by dragging and dropping it into that tab’s window. With these simple steps, you can easily open links directly in Chrome!

Troubleshooting Link Issues in Browsers

The most common reason why links are not opening in your browser is due to browser security restrictions or Flash player plug-ins. Your browser may have a setting that prevents you from opening pop-up windows, and your Flash player plug-in may prevent you from opening URLs in local Flash files. It is also possible that the link itself is broken or incorrect. If the link contains a typo or an incorrect URL, it will not open correctly. Additionally, if the website hosting the link has recently changed its domain name or been taken offline, the link may be broken as well. Finally, some websites may be blocked by your Internet service provider (ISP) due to geo-restrictions or other policy reasons. If this is the case, you won’t be able to access any content on that website, including links.

Does Twitter Work With Chrome?

Yes, Twitter does work with Chrome! You can access the Twitter website on Chrome for desktop, as well as with the official Twitter app in the Google Play Store. With Chrome, you can also install third-party apps and extensions that add additional functionality to your Twitter experience. Just head to the Chrome Web Store and search for “Twitter” to see all the available options.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.