Support KB Category: Managing Your Acount

Connecting or revoking third-party applications – Twitter

Definition: A third-party application is a product developed apart from or Twitter’s official mobile apps, and that is used to access Tweets and other Twitter data. Seesmic, Hootsuite, and Twitter’s Facebook application are all third-party apps. How to connect to a third-party application:

  • On the website of the application you want to connect, find …

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  • Managing your mobile sleep settings – Twitter

    What are sleep settings?

    Sleep settings allow you to schedule an OFF and ON time for Twitter updates coming in to your phone. (Keep in mind you can also turn updates on or off temporarily at any time via SMS.)

    How to set sleep time:

  • Log in to
  • In the upper right hand navigation …

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  • Update your device’s time zone – Twitter

    Did you get an alert letting you know that your device’s time zone is set incorrectly? Not to worry: we’ll have you back on Twitter in no time.

    Update the date and time setting on your iPhone or iPad:

  • Go to your device’s Settings.
  • Tap General.
  • Tap Date & Time.
  • Toggle Set Automatically to on. …

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  • Changing your country settings – Twitter

    What if Twitter has misidentified my country?

    If we have incorrectly identified your country, here’s how to correct it:

  • Sign in to your Twitter account.
  • Visit your Account settings.
  • Select the correct country from the drop-down. If your country is not available, please select Worldwide.
  • Click Save.
  • Unlike most other account settings, Twitter does not …

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    Changing your language settings – Twitter

    To change your language settings:

  • Sign in to your Twitter account.
  • Click on the profile icon in the upper right hand corner of your screen and select Settings from the drop-down menu.
  • In the Account settings section, choose your language from the Language drop-down menu.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save.
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    Changing your username – Twitter

    Follow these steps to change your username:

  • Log in to and visit your account settings pages from the dropdown menu in the top right corner.
  • On your account settings page, change the username listed in your username field.
  • If the username is taken, you’ll be prompted to choose another one.
  • Click Save changes at the …

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  • Customizing your design – Twitter

    You can customize your design theme so that users who click to view your Tweet detail pages will see it. Other than your theme color, your design theme will not be visible on your profile or Home timeline

    To customize your own design:

    If you want to upload your own background image or customize the …

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    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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