Twitter is gone from my Hubs. How do you manually enter the Twitter field?
I like tweeting my articles. Now, I can't because of Flipboard took Twitter's place. I like F but I still need Twitter.
You still can Tweet an article. Open one of your Flipboard articles and click on the share button. An option to Tweet it appears in the pop-up window.
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