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  • How To Change Profile And Account Settings On Twitter:  A Guide To Twitter Settings
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings, users can configure it based on their preferences. Functions you can tweak are 1) Account, 2) Password, 3) Mobile, 4) Notifications, 5) Profile, 6) Design, and 7) Connections.
  • Log in
  • Let’s start by clicking the Settings
  • After selecting the Settings button, you will then be led to the Account tab.
  • Account
  • From here,you can modify your basic account info, tweet privacy, language settings, and location settings. You may change one or all of the following:
  • Name -this just displays your name but directs you to the profile tab if you want to change it.
  • Username – You may change your username without affecting your tweets, replies, and direct messages. Make sure you inform your friends so that they can use the right username to contact you.
  • Email – For receiving notifications and letting your friends find you. After changing your email address, it requires your new email’s confirmation.
  • Language – Currently, it supports seven languages (Italian, Spanish, English, Korean, French, German, Japanese)
  • Time Zone – Tweets and messages follow your time
  • Tweet Location -Tick this box if you want to include add a location to your tweets
  • Tweet Media – Default setting is that you’ll only get to see images and videos shared by people you are following. Checking this means you’ll allow everyone’s images and videos displayed on your end.
  • Tweet Media – Default setting is that you’ll only get to see images and videos shared by people you are following. Checking this means you’ll allow everyone’s images and videos displayed on your end.
  • Tweet Privacy – Check this box if you want your tweets be viewable by your followers and not by everyone else.
  • Always Use HTTPS – Use a secure connection where possible to encrypt your account information.
  • When you are done, click Save.
  • Password
  • Your password should be at least 6 characters. It is advised to have it reach the Strong mark. Change it occasionally and use uncommon words.
  • Mobile
  • Setting up Mobile allows you to send tweets via text messaging or receive tweets and Direct Messages you would like to be notified about.
  • Clicking on Start will begin the process of enabling the Text Messaging feature.
  • According to Twitter, “Clicking the phone icon on a users profile page or your followers page sets Tweet notifications for that user.”
  • Notifications
  • Control how much you receive emails from Twitter. Make sure that you input the right email in the Account settings page. These are the following checkboxes:
  • Control how much you receive emails from Twitter. Make sure that you input the right email in the Account settings page. These are the following checkboxes:
  • Direct Text Emails – Twitter emails you when you receive direct messages from someone
  • New Follower Emails – Whenever someone follows, you receive an email
  • Email Newsletter – Receive the latest email updates straight from Twitter
  • Profile
  • For changing your profile and design setting pls. check our other presentation “How To Change Your Twitter Profile Picture, Information and Design”
  • Connections 
  • This is where you browse and manage all the different applications you have used and connected to Twitter.
  • Simply click Revoke Access to prevent it from accessing your account and removing the connection temporarily until you decided to connect it back again. Level of access depends on the apps’ requirements and your authentication.
  • Simply click Revoke Access to prevent it from accessing your account and removing the connection temporarily until you decided to connect it back again. Level of access depends on the apps’ requirements and your authentication.
  • Transcript

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    • 2. With Twitter’s Profile and Account Settings,
      users can configure it based
      on their preferences.
    • 3. Functions you can tweak are
      1
    • 4. Functions you can tweak are
      1
      2
    • 5. Functions you can tweak are
      1
      2
      3
    • 6. Functions you can tweak are
      4
      1
      2
      3
    • 7. Functions you can tweak are
      4
      1
      2
      5
      3
    • 8. Functions you can tweak are
      4
      1
      2
      5
      3
      6
    • 9. Log-in to
      http://www.twitter.com
    • 10. Let’s start by clicking
      Settings
    • 11. After selecting the Settings button,
      you will then be led to the
      Account tab.
    • 12. Account
      1
    • 13. From here, you can modify your basic account info,
      tweet privacy, language settings,
      and location settings. You may change
      one or all of the following:
    • 14. Name
      -this just displays
      your name but
      directs you to
      the profile tab
      if you want
      to change it.
    • 15. Username
      -you may
      change your username
      without affecting your
      tweets, replies, and
      direct messages.
      Make sure you
      inform your friends
      so that they can
      use the right
      username
      to contact you.
    • 16. Email
      -for receiving
      notifications
      and letting your
      friends find you.
      After changing
      your
      email address,
      it requires your
      new email’s
      confirmation.
    • 17. Language
      -currently, it
      supports seven
      languages.
    • Time Zone
      -Tweets and
      messages follow
      your time
    • 24. Tweet
      Location
      -Check this box
      if you want
      to include add
      a location to
      your tweets
    • 25. Tweet
      Media
      -Default setting is
      that you’ll only
      get to see
      images & videos
      shared by people
      you are
      following…
    • 26. Tweet
      Media
      …Checking this
      means you’ll
      allow everyone’s
      images & videos
      displayed on
      your end.
    • 27. Tweet
      Privacy
      -Check this
      box if you want
      your tweets to be
      viewable only by
      your followers and
      not by
      everyone else.
    • 28. HTTPS
      -Use a secure
      connection where
      possible to
      encrypt your
      account
      information.
    • 29. When you are done,
      click Save.
    • 30. Password
      2
    • 31. Your password should be at least 6 characters.
      It is advised to have it reach the Strong mark.
      Change it occasionally
      and use uncommon words.
    • 32. Your password should be at least 6 characters.
      It is advised to have it reach the Strong mark.
      Change it occasionally
      and use uncommon words.
    • 33. Mobile
      3
    • 34. Setting up Mobile allows you to
      send tweets via text messaging or
      received tweets and Direct Messages
      you would like to be notified about.
    • 35. Clicking on Start will
      begin the process of enabling
      the Text Messaging feature.
    • 36. According to Twitter,
      “Clicking the phone icon on a user’s
      profile page or your follower’s page
      sets Tweet notifications for that user.”
    • 37. Notifications
      4
    • 38. Control how many emails you receive
      from Twitter. Make sure that you
      input the right email in the Account
      settings page.
    • 39. These are the
      following checkboxes:
    • 40. Direct Text Emails
      -Twitter emails you when you
      receive direct messages from someone
    • 41. New Follower Emails
      -Whenever someone follows,
      you receive an email
    • 42. Email Newsletter
      -Receive the latest email
      updates straight from Twitter
    • 43. Profile
      5
      Design
      6
    • 44. For changing your profile and design setting
      pls. check our other presentation
      “How To Change Your Twitter
      Profile Picture, Information and Design”
      *Click to go to video
    • 45. Connections
      7
    • 46. This is where you browse and manage
      all the different applications you
      have used to connect to Twitter.
    • 47. Simply click Revoke Access
      to prevent it from accessing your
      account and removing the
      connection temporarily
    • 48. until you decided to connect
      it back again. Level of access
      depends on the apps’ requirements
      and your authentication.

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