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To be able to post to Twitter from Google Wave, you must use a Google Wave bot called Tweety or Twitbot (others call it Twave although the bot is officially called Tweety). To add this Twitter bot, go to your contacts in the bottom left corner of Google Wave, click the "+" sign and add this:
tweety-wave@appspot.com

To understand better, take a look at this image:

google wave twitter


To be able to twit from Google Wave, create a new Wave, click the "+" sign on top of it and add Tweety the Twitbot participant to your wave:

add tweety the twitbot google wave


Make sure you allow pop-ups from Google Wave, as a new window should now pop-up to allow you to authenticate to Twitter. After successfully logging in, this is how the new Wave will look:

twitter google wave


Now you can start posting to Twitter from Google Wave.

Update: here is how to integrate a fully featured Twitter client into Google Wave.

And don't forget: we are giving away 5 Google Wave invitations for Web Upd8 readers until November 10.
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