Twitter Group DM’s Are Finally Here – How GroupTweet Can Make it Better 1

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Twitter has finally added group direct messages (DMs) functionality.  A welcome announcement indeed! How it works? You can start a private conversation with any of your followers who in turn can also invite any of their followers. Here is a handy outline from Twitter’s official announcement:  Key Takeways: You can add any follower to the ...

How to Send a Group DM on Twitter – Private Twitter Groups are here!

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How to Create Your Own Permanent GroupTweet Group DM Account This post will show you how to create your own private GroupTweet Group DM account (“Direct Message”) that you can use to privately communicate with any number of your friends, co-workers, colleagues, etc on a regular basis. Think of it as your own private Twitter ...

How To Create a Group Twitter Account using GroupTweet 2

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GroupTweet allows you to create group Twitter accounts. This post will walk you through the initial steps of creating a GroupTweet account so you can share a Twitter account with multiple contributors. If you want to learn exactly how GroupTweet works and what settings are available, check out our next post (after reading this quick ...

Step by Step Guide to Managing a Twitter Group Account Using GroupTweet 4

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GroupTweet is the perfect way to create a Group Twitter Account.  A Twitter group will allow multiple contributors to Tweet from a single Twitter account. We put together this step by step guide to walk you through how GroupTweet works once you’ve connected your Twitter account with GroupTweet.  Check it out, it’s magic. To see ...

GroupTweet Allows Shared Twitter Accounts to Use Twitter Two Factor Authentication

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Twitter recently announced a Two-Factor Authentication (“TFA”) option for its users. If you enable this on your account, every time you log into Twitter.com you will be asked to enter a six-digit code that Twitter sends to your phone via SMS.  This is great for protecting your personal account, but as many bloggers have noted, this is ...