09-26-2017 12:43 AM
09-26-2017 12:43 AM
I am tryinge to create a Titter feed on a Sharepoint Communication site. When I create on Twitter the widget and copy paste the code in the new embedded webpart I get the error :
SXXI Communicatie - Introductiepagina
We only support embedding content from secure websites (their addresses start with https.) If it's important to embed content from unsecured websites, please send us feedback.
On a classic teamsite I paste the code in a editor webpart and it works.
I have read that the new embed webpart only supports code in "iframe" and I read that Twitter does not support iframe..... Has anyone a solution for this? Show a twitter feed on a communication site?
09-26-2017 12:49 AMSolution
09-26-2017 08:21 AM
09-29-2017 04:05 AM
Anyone tried the new twitter web part. i have verified the external site in the HTML field security per @Juan Carlos González Martín advice.
Data Widget ID = taken from the original embeded code
Screen Name = screen name
List name = 'left this blank as i just want to show tweets from the account'
Help would be appreciated.
09-29-2017 04:46 AM
Also 'connect to facebook' will not save the entered Page (the default is 'sonjasapps'). If you enter your own required page name, it just defaults back to sonjasapps. I don't want sonja's apps :-(.
Have tried in various browsers, just in case.
I expect when new 'things' are released there will be some hiccups, but it seems none of these new web parts work.
11-22-2017 10:13 AM - edited 11-22-2017 10:14 AM
customer is on First Release (Business Premium) and for them it shows
although a few days ago they had icons!
02-14-2018 01:54 AM
I still can't see this web part on our tenant, any news on where this is in terms of rollout? Most of the other web parts announced at the same time are now visible, but really want to be able to make use of this.
For those that do have it available, does it only let you embed a specific feed from 1 Twitter handle, or are you able to embed a Twitter 'List'? Our organisation has multiple brands with their own Twitter handles so we created a Twitter list to aggregate them into one feed, would be good to be able to embed this on our intranet homepage.
02-14-2018 04:36 AM
05-01-2018 06:22 AM
Did you get the Twitter web part yet?
From what I can see on the road map; searching for 21051 gives me one update in the group:Fully released updates that are now generally available for applicable customers
That should mean that it should be available for me, but I am unable to see it.
I am hoping for your help :)
05-01-2018 09:21 AM
05-08-2018 05:36 AM
Hi @John Wynne,
I have a question, I hope for your help answering. I actually found the twitter web part and configured it and it worked nicely :) I found it on my private test site. The path for that site is XXXXX/teams/MaleneTEST/SitePages/Home.aspx so I was happy.
Today I tried to add the web part to our Intranet. The path for the site is XXXXXX/sites/Intranet/SitePages/Home.aspx
The web part is not visible on the intranet site, but it still is on my test site. Does the teams or sites in the url have any impact on the visibility of the web part? Or am I missing something? I have added twitter.com to the html security in the Intranet settings.
Thanks in advance.
05-14-2018 06:46 AM
Hi @John Wynne,
Thanks for your suggestion, but my "test" site is actually in production. I just call it test and nobody but me has access to it - so that I have a place to try out what the different things look like :)
So I waited hoping for the twitter web part to appear but unfortunately no luck, no twitter web part.
Anybody that have any suggestions as to how to make a twitter web part appear on my intranet?
My "test site" path: XXXXX/teams/MaleneTEST/SitePages/Home.aspx
My Intranet path: XXXXXX/sites/Intranet/SitePages/Home.aspx
I think it is the only real difference I can think of, which is why I mention it.
Thanks in advance :)
05-14-2018 12:45 PM
I still don't have this web part available on any of the sites I'm looking at, which are a mixture of communication sites and group-connected team sites.
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