With macOS Mojave goodbye to the integration of Facebook, Twitter and other social networks
Facebook, Twitter and other social networks do not have more than one integration in macOS Mojave. This is a novelty similar to the one introduced with iOS 11 in 2017, and that relates to the access and sharing of information.
As you can see in the screenshot below, the social network is no longer available as options in the Internet Accounts in System Preferences of macOS Mojave, the latest version of the operating system for the Mac that Apple unveiled on the occasion of the WWDC18. You can choose between iCloud, Exchange, Google, Yahoo, AOL, Mail, CalDAV, CardDAV, LDAP, and Game Center.
The integration of third-party services such as Vimeo and YouTube, it was introduced with OS X Mountain Lion, in 2012. With macOS Mojave, to share content on social networks you need to use the web versions of the latter, or to access it the app separate.
The latest version of macOS, as well as iOS 12, focuses on the safety, and it is precisely on this basis that Apple has decided to apply this change. The operating system, however, has not yet been released to the public, the company from Cupertino may therefore also change the cards on the table before that time. The odds are slim, but in the case, you will notice some change in the future beta of the OS.
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