Update March 2016: Many of our readers have encountered issues with the link feature.After recreating the issue ourselves we have found the problem to be true, so we feel your pain.Better yet, most tools allow you to post to additional platforms like Linkedin and Google plus too so you can kill more than two birds with one stone.In fact, you’re in luck because we did an in-depth review of the various social media management tools comparing all the features so you can find which is the right fit for you.On this page, simply select the “unlink from Twitter” link next to the Twitter accounts you no longer wish to have associated with their respective Facebook pages.Incidentally, you can also access this connection from within Twitter.Now you’ll be able to simply post a status update in Facebook that will save you from having to login to both services and post two separate updates.Note: since Twitter has a 140 character limit, it will automatically truncate your post with an automatically created short URL (Example fb.me/XYC) that will link back to the original post on Facebook.
If you are not logged in, you will need to enter your Twitter username and password first.
It takes just one step – enter your Twitter user name.
Note that if you have another Twitter status application you will need to disable it first.
Don't assume someone on your "don't share this with" list is actually never going to see what you post.
All it takes is another friend to share an item, or just take a screenshot, and your so-called-secret post is outed.
While the above instructions are intended to work properly, social media is an ever changing platform making it difficult to keep up with the technology.