With the recent announcement of Tweet My Gaming, it’s time to create a bit of a How-To on integrating your GamerDNA with Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, or Tumblr. With GamerDNA, you can easily update your status on all of these social networks that you’re already on, showing all your friends the games that you have played or your latest activity on GamerDNA.
To start off, you will have to be a member of GamerDNA, so if you haven’t done that already, head on over and register right now!
After you’ve registered and setup your GamerDNA account, make sure you head on over and add all your network ID’s to your gamerDNA. GamerDNA can automatically broadcast your Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Steam and Xfire gaming, so all you have to do is add your username on those networks to your GamerDNA. For the platforms that we don’t tie in to, like Nintendo Wii, you can manually add activities to your GamerDNA and have those broadcast as well.
To setup your Facebook and Twitter account (or other networks), head on over to your Broadcast Settings in your Manage your GamerDNA section of GamerDNA. Here you can configure all your settings so that you can broadcast your gaming activity to your friends.
Setting up Facebook is quick and easy, since GamerDNA has implemented Facebook Connect to quickly connect GamerDNA to Facebook. After a few clicks and a couple settings toggled, you should be good to go!
Here is an example of what your Facebook updates will look like:
Setting up Twitter is also quick and easy. With GamerDNA you can automatically Tweet your Gaming!
Here is what a GamerDNA Tweet will look like:
If you’re a user of Tumblr and FriendFeed, we work with those networks as well. Head on over to your Broadcast Settings section and you’ll be all set!
That’s about it! If you have any questions on how to setup your Social Network accounts with GamerDNA, please let us know by contacting support.
Sam “QforQ‘ Houston
GamerDNA Community Manager
Posted in the categories: Tips and Tricks
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