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Direct messages, commonly referred to as simply DMs, are one of the only parts of Twitter that are private. Introduction Basically, direct messages are messages you send directly to another Twitter user; no one else can read them, except for the recipient. However, the user you send a DM to has to follow you on Twitter. This requirement was enacted to ...
No, It's part of the deal that they are not sharing your e-mail with the rest of the world.
An extract from an article originally posted on http://twittercism.com/delete-direct-messages/ If you head on over to this link, you can take advantage of a bookmarklet called DM Whacker. The software is beta and comes with no warranty, but I’ve tried it and it does work. DM Whacker is easy to use. Simply drag the link on the site to ...
You can't direct message the other user, but you can send a public message that will come to the attention of the user simply by starting a tweet with @username. Every Twitter client I've tried has a way of alerting mentions like this. This is as good as you're going to get.
From the user's profile page or your followers list, select Direct Message user from the actions dropdown. Or in the What's Happening? box, type dm user "message" And note: you can only DM your followers.
Yes, even if you have received a friend request from her, you may not be able to Send her a message depending on her privacy settings. What you can do here is accept her friend request; then place her under the list called, "Restricted" and then send her a message. Later you can remove her from your friend list. Or, if you are sure that you do not know her ...
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You can't send a direct message to another Twitter user unless you both follow each other. However, in October 2013, Twitter did allow for sending direct messages to accounts that did not follow you. Last month, Twitter quietly rolled out a new feature to give users the choice to receive private messages from any of their followers, but that option has ...
Yes, because user1 has a public account and has a setting to receive message from anyone. So user2 can send direct message to user1 even if user1 doesn't follow user2. But user2 will not be able to send message if user1 has a setting to not receive message from anyone or only whom I follow.
Direct messages are not a part of the Twitter archive, it only contains your tweets and retweets. If you have deleted a direct message, there unfortunately is no way to get it back.
According to Twitter's documentation someone only can send a DM to a person that follows him/her.
You could create two throw-away email accounts, and give each party the other's address, setting those accounts to forward to their real addresses. IE: email@example.com (set to forward to your client's normal address) firstname.lastname@example.org (ditto for your client) You would have login access to the in-the-middle accounts, and could make that known to ...
I think using a twitter client might help you. I remember using Choqok in linux that would let me delete DMs. YMMV though. I'm not sure if its available for windows either.
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