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You cannot retrieve deleted messages in twitter. You can check it at your email if you have linked your email unto your twitter account, then you should find it there. You just have to search in your email`s inbox. Deleted DMs disappear from both the sender and the recipient`s history. If you are missing DMs, check with the person you messaged to verify ...


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This problem is directly linked to this question. I was trying to register a Twitter account, that contains .com in name (which is not allowed since recently). There's a bug in Twitter, which causes to display error: Please complete all required fields and mark name field as having correct value. While it actually should mark it as invalid (because it ...


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No, as per my knowledge no one can access email from twitter details, even you will not be able to access your email without knowing password of that particular email id.


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This is and issue with Twitter not the client. The only way to fix this is to: ( Did not say how long you have been waiting) Most likely wait it out ( it may be experience lots of traffic, therefore making it lag) Send in a complaint letter to Twitter support. Refresh the page (if you haven't already done so) That's all you can really do, as I said ...


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This seems like a caching bug from Twitter - there's nothing much you can do except wait it out for a while. Alternatively, you can report the bug to Twitter on their support form.


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You have couple of options: Prefix a .(or anything as a first character, as workaround of twitter's feature of message starting with @ being shown only to your followers who follow the OP) before the OP's twitter handle so that it becomes a public tweet and notifying the OP about your message With the quote tweet feature, you can now click on the Retweet ...


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There is no way to do this natively. The closest will be a Twitter to Facebook Pages recipe as the person above commented https://ifttt.com/recipes/search?q=twitter+to+facebook&ac=false


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As Epoc points out in a comment above; Twitter, Pinterest and some other sites are all early adopters of Apple's new pinned themed favicons. Unfortunately the new favicons hijack the existing favicon syntax which causes conflicts in Firefox as the sites are not declaring the multiple favicons in the correct order. For more detail see the WHATWG email thread ...


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You can change the background from the Design section of twitter settings. Head over to Design Settings by clicking on your Profile picture → Settings → Design you can select a premade theme, or customize the Background image / position and the entering the background & overall profile theme colours


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It is not possible to edit meta-data of already tweeted tweets but the creative way to do your task is simply delete your previous tweet and tweet again at the desired time. Hope this helps.



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