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How to Copy Your Twitter Profile Link

To copy your Twitter profile link, you need to open Twitter on Safari or Chrome and log in to your account.

After you’ve logged in to your Twitter account, navigate to your profile and copy the URL field.

Alternatively, you can get your Twitter URL by replacing “username” in “twitter.com/username” with your username.

For example, if your Twitter username is “followchainorg”, your Twitter URL is “twitter.com/followchainorg”.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to copy your Twitter profile link on the Twitter mobile app.

However, you can copy the link to one of your tweets.

To do so, navigate to the tweet that you want to copy and tap on the share icon.

After you’ve tapped on the share icon, tap on “Copy Link” to copy the link to the tweet.

Here’s how to copy your Twitter profile link:

  1. Open Twitter on Safari or Chrome
  2. Tap on “Cancel”
  3. Tap on “Sign in”
  4. Log in to your Twitter account
  5. Tap on your profile picture
  6. Go to your Twitter profile
  7. Tap on the URL field
  8. Copy your Twitter profile link

1. Open Twitter on Safari or Chrome

Twitter. It's what's happening / Twitter

The first step is to open Twitter on a browser.

You cannot use the Twitter mobile app for this.

This is because the Twitter mobile app does not have a feature that allows you to copy your profile link.

Firstly, open a browser like Safari or Chrome.

Once you’re on Safari or Chrome, go to Google and search for “Twitter”.

Next, tap on the “Twitter. It’s what’s happening / Twitter” search result.

Alternatively, you can visit Twitter by clicking on this link: https://www.twitter.com.

2. Tap on “Cancel”

Open in "Twitter"?

After you’ve tapped on Twitter, a pop-up message will appear.

Here’s what it says, “Open in “Twitter”?”.

The pop-up message prompts you to open the Twitter mobile app.

However, you need to visit the desktop version of Twitter.

This is because there isn’t a feature that allows you to copy your Twitter profile link on the Twitter mobile app.

Hence, you need to tap on “Cancel” to open the desktop version of Twitter instead.

3. Tap on “Sign in”

Sign in to Twitter

After you’ve tapped on “Cancel”, you’ll land on the sign-up page of Twitter.

You’ll see multiple sign-up options including Google, Apple, phone, and email.

Now, you need to sign in to your Twitter account.

To do so, scroll down the page and tap on “Sign in”.

4. Log in to your Twitter account

Log in to Twitter mobile

After you’ve tapped on “Sign in”, you’ll land on the login page of Twitter.

Now, you need to log in to your Twitter account.

On the login page, you need to enter your login details.

This includes your Twitter username and password.

After you’ve entered your login details, tap on “Log in” to log in to your Twitter account.

5. Tap on your profile picture

How to get Twitter profile URL on iPhone

After you’ve tapped on “Log in”, you’ll be logged in to your Twitter.

Now, you’ll land on your Twitter feed.

On the top navigation bar, you’ll see your profile picture.

Tap on your profile picture to open the menu.

6. Go to your Twitter profile

How to get your Twitter URL

After you’ve tapped on your profile picture, the “Account info” menu will open.

The menu contains multiple options.

This includes “Profile”, “Lists”, “Topics”, and more.

To copy your Twitter profile link, you must first go to your Twitter profile.

To do so, tap on “Profile” on the menu.

7. Tap on the URL field

How to find your Twitter URL

After you’ve tapped on “Profile”, you’ll land on your Twitter profile.

Now, you’ll see your Twitter name, username, bio, and more.

Since you’re on the desktop version of Twitter, you’ll be able to copy your Twitter profile link/URL.

To do so, tap on the URL field at the top of the page.

8. Copy your Twitter profile link

How to Copy Your Twitter Profile Link

After you’ve tapped on the URL field, you’ll see your Twitter profile link.

Now, you’ll be able to copy your Twitter profile link.

To do so, tap on the URL and tap on “Select All”.

After you’ve tapped on “Select All”, you’ll be given 4 options.

This includes “Cut”, “Copy”, “Paste”, and “Paste and Go” (if you’re using an iOS device).

Tap on “Copy” to copy your Twitter profile link.

You’ve successfully learned how to copy your Twitter profile link/URL!

Conclusion

Finding your Twitter URL is challenging because you won’t be able to do it on the Twitter mobile app.

Instead, you need to use the desktop version of Twitter.

When you visit Twitter on Safari or Chrome, you may be prompted to open the Twitter mobile app.

However, you need to cancel the prompt as you need to visit the desktop version of Twitter.

A quick way to get your Twitter profile link is by replacing “username” in “twitter.com/username” with your username.

For example, if your Twitter username is “followchainorg”, your Twitter URL is “twitter.com/followchainorg”.

That way, you don’t have to go through the tedious process of copying your Twitter URL.

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Lim How Wei

Lim How Wei is the founder of followchain.org, with 8+ years of experience in Social Media Marketing and 4+ years of experience as an active investor in stocks and cryptocurrencies. He has researched, tested, and written hundreds of articles ranging from social media platforms to messaging apps.

Lim has been quoted and referenced by major publications and media companies like WikiHow, Fast Company, HuffPost, Vice, New York Post, The Conversation, and many others. One of his articles about the gig economy was quoted by Joe Rogan who hosts The Joe Rogan Experience (arguably the most popular podcast in the world), in the This Past Weekend podcast by Theo Von.

In his free time, Lim plays multiple games like Tower of Fantasy, League of Legends, Counter-Strike, Hearthstone, RuneScape, and many others. He creates guides, walkthroughs, solutions, and more on games that he plays to help other players with their progression.