Twitter Account Creation, Preferences & Embedding into ANGEL _________________________________________________ When you visit Twitter after your account has been established, you will click “Sign In” and enter your username and password to accesshttp://www.twitter.com your profile. To create an account, enter your full name. Next, create a username (this will be your Twitter profile ID) and password. Enter the primary You will now see your Twitter homepage. There are several functionsemail address you want associated with your Twitter account. here to be aware of across the top and in the drop down menu underNotifications will be sent here. your profile name.
Click “Profile” to view your page, listing your “tweets” timeline. Click “Who To Follow” to search for friends, invite people to Twitter, or browse by interest. At the bottom of your homepage (in the sidebar) is a link toTo check and manage your account settings, click “Settings” in the “Resources”. Here you can find custom widgets and badges/buttonsdrop down menu by your profile name. Here you can change your to add to other websites or blogs that you may want to integrate withpassword, download Twitter for your mobile phone, change your Twitter profile.preferences for notifications, customize your profile and page design,and manage connections.
Click the source icon (see below). Right-click to paste your embed code into the HTML editor. Click “Save”. To add a Twitter widget to your ANGEL course, go to the Widgetsresource on your Twitter profile. Select the Widget for “My Website”.Determine which Widget type you want to add to your ANGEL course.Customize the Widget settings, preferences, appearance and dimensions. Test settings (optional), then click “Finish & Grab Code”. Right-click on the code to copy it. Your Twitter Widget should appear at the top of the module. Log in to your ANGEL course. Go to Learning Modules. Determinewhere you want your Widget to appear. Enter the Learning Modulewhere you want your Twitter feed to appear. Click “Settings”.
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