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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.

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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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    Adding your phone number to your account – Twitter

    Adding a phone number to your account is a great step toward a better Twitter experience. If you’re thinking about adding your number, here are a few benefits:

    • Keeping your account secure. With a phone number on your account, you’ll be able to enroll in security features like login verification.
    • Faster account recovery. If …

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    Having a phone number associated with your account – Twitter

    Why should I have a phone number associated with my Twitter account?

    When your Twitter account has a phone number associated with it, you have access to additional benefits that include:

    • Access to security features like login verification, which helps keep your account secure.
    • Connecting with contacts who are already on Twitter.
    • Allowing your …

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    Updating the phone number on your account – Twitter

    Do you have a new phone number? Or do you want to remove your number so you can attach it to a different account? Either way, we’re glad you’re here. An accurate and up-to-date phone number is an important step you can take toward improved account security.

    Updating your phone number via Twitter for iPhone: …

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    Which account is my mobile phone associated with? – Twitter

    Read this article if:

    • You have sent Start repeatedly to your carrier’s short code, but are not receiving any messages.
    • You receive Twitter notifications on your phone but don’t remember which Twitter account your phone is associated with.
    • While trying to add your phone via SMS, you accidentally created a new Twitter account by typing SIGNUP instead …

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    Email account tips – Twitter

    Your email account is directly related to your Twitter account. You should use a secure and private email address to associate with your Twitter account. If you forget your Twitter password, instructions for resetting it can be emailed to your email address upon request.

    If you do not have a secure email account, you do …

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