Support KB Category: Notifications

Managing your mobile notification preferences – Twitter

How to change mobile notification preferences via web:

  • Log in to
  • Go to your Settings.
  • Go to the Mobile tab.
  • If your mobile device is connected to your Twitter account, you’ll see options to change your Mobile notifications preferences (shown below).
  • Click on the box next to the mobile notifications you want to receive and/or turn off.
  • Click Save …

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  • Managing push notifications on Twitter for Android

    Please update to the latest version of Twitter for Android now available from Google Play.

    • The app may take a few minutes to reflect changes you’ve made to your notification settings.

    To change your notification settings:

  • In the top menu, tap on the overflow icon (on the far right) and select Settings.
  • Tap …

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  • Managing push notifications on Twitter for iPhone

    Push notifications

    To set push notifications for your account:

  • From the Me tab, tap the gear icon
  • Select Settings from the menu.
  • Next, tap the account you’d like to adjust. You’ll be directed to your push Notifications settings.
  • Tap the type of notification you’d like to receive. Swipe to ON. For many notifications options, …

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  • Receiving SMS notifications for Tweets and interactions

    Turning on notifications via the web

  • Got to your Settings page.
  • Click the Mobile tab.
  • Check the boxes next to Text notifications for each type of notification you would like enabled for your device.
  • For some options, you can select the Only from people I follow option, or choose to have any Interaction sent to your phone by selecting From anyone.
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    Enabling mobile notifications – Twitter

    If you’d like to receive Twitter notifications to your device, you can attach a phone number to your account for updates via SMS.

    To enable notifications via SMS:

    If you already have a phone number attached to your account:

    You can receive Twitter notifications in the form of text messages.

  • Log in and visit your …

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  • Updating your email preferences – Twitter

    To change your email preferences:

  • Log in to Twitter.
  • Click the profile icon and select Settings from the drop down menu.
  • Click on Email notifications from the settings sidebar.
  • Check or un-check the notification boxes to reflect your email preferences.
  • Click Save changes. Your preferences are now saved!
  • NOTE: You can also adjust your notification settings …

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    Enabling web notifications – Twitter

    A web notification is a pop-up notification that appears within your web browser to notify you about DMs, follows, favorites, Tweets and Retweets, from people you follow, when you are logged in to

    From a web notification, you can easily reply to a Tweet or DM, retweet or favorite a Tweet, or follow someone …

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    Twitter Notifications

    What is the Notifications timeline?

    • The Notifications timeline offers a simple way to see how others on Twitter are interacting with you.
    • From the Notifications timeline, you’ll be able to see which of your Tweets have been favourited, plus the latest Retweets (of your Tweets), Tweets directed to you (replies and mentions) and your …

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