How to find the URL of a twitter message?

It may sound very trivial but noobs to twitter find it hard to get the URL of a particular tweet posted on twitter. Here is how you can locate the URL step-by-step:

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1. Go to the tweet you wish to get the URL for.

2. If you are on Firefox, right click and “Copy Link Location”. If you are on IE, right click and copy shortcut.

3. Paste it where ever you like. Enjoy!

In case you are still wondering what is twitter, here is a great video that will explain you the concept in plain English

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