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I want to update Facebook through my twitter - that is, whenever I post something on twitter, I want it on my FB wall.

However, the "default", official way does not work for me due to error described here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15361703/twitter-to-facebook

What you are describing is a known bug Twitter bug.

The problem comes up when your Twitter account was previously connected to another Facebook account that you deleted/deactivated without removing the Twitter app first.

which is true for my case.

The error I get is

Facebook reported an error. The error has been reported to our engineering team. Please try again as it might be a temporary problem.

However, if I search for some other app offering synchronization on Google, all I find are tutorials for this official way. So, my question is - is there another way that works too?

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IFTTT has re-enabled their twitter triggers - you can use this recipe which will post all tweets tagged with #fb to facebook.

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I am thinking of doing something else: on IFTTT do both Mail->Twitter and Mail->Facebook recipes. – Karel Bílek Aug 4 '13 at 14:49
zapier.com this let you "input" tweets, but I think that you can only post on Facebook pages; so you can combine zapier and IFTTT (twitter-->mail (for example) --> Facebook – fa7d0 Aug 4 '13 at 15:10
For what it's worth, there are "new" Twitter triggers (re-)added to IFTTT just today. "New Tweet by you" is one of them. – Al E. Aug 21 '13 at 17:47
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I started to use Buffer application, and it works all right for me.

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