Sharable Quotes (a.k.a Click-to-Tweet) is a popular function if Twitter is one of your best social networks. The sharable quotes are pre-populated boxes with highlighted designs. Clicking over that box user will see a pre-populated Tweet with the message you set.
To use the sharable quotes you need to ensure that the module is enabled. If you don’t see in the Social Sharing -> Click to Tweet menu follow the steps in the animation.
- Default @username – this will be the default Twitter username that plugin will automatically append to the Tweet if nothing is specified in the shortcode. If you are using just one (example: site username), you can set it here for faster quote building.
- Default #hashtags – this will be default hashtags that plugin will add to the quotes if nothing is provided in the shortcode.
- Hide on mobile – this will automatically hide all quotes on mobile.
- Automatically include the page link – this option will automatically add the current post/page link to the Tweet. If the option is enabled, the plugin will not check the Tweet content for any custom links.
- Default template – set the default template for the entire site. You are able to choose a different template on the quotes shortcode too.
Adding Sharable Quote Inside The Content
The easiest way to add a sharable quote inside content is by using the dedicated shortcode inside the plugin called
[sharable-quote]. If you are using WPBakery Page Builder or Elementor you will find a dedicated element for this too.
Adding Sharable Quote in a Post
Generating Sharable Quote from The Shortcode Generator
Adding Sharable Quote With Elementor