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Yes, this is a known issue. See the Twitter Development Talk. As Mark McBride has written: You can use below link to report this issue, http://help.twitter.com/requests/new That way we can track volume and get a better handle on the issue. It seems fairly rare at this point, but that doesn't mean it's not a big deal for those affected. ...


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That is correct, you are not allowed to reward users for sharing. Users must share something because they really want to, not because they get rewarded for it. Btw, the feed dialog is deprecated, better use the share dialog. Afaik it is allowed on Twitter, at least i did not find anything about that in the terms: https://dev.twitter.com/overview/terms But ...


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The Twitter Help Section includes some information on this: My Card doesn’t appear in the timeline. Twitter Cards generated from developer meta tags only appear when a Tweet is either expanded in the timeline (on web) or viewed on the Tweet’s individual permalink page (by clicking on the date from the timeline, either on web or on mobile). In ...


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Following are the steps to link Twitter to Facebook: Log in to Twitter. Click on the wheel on the top right of your homepage. Select "Settings". Select "Profile". Select "Connect to Facebook". Once you select it, you will open a new browser to continue the process. Click on "Log in With Facebook". Log in to Facebook. If your Facebook is already open, you ...


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I think that the @ is added by Twitter (because it is actually replaced by a hyperlink). I have gone through many recipes and played around with adding apostrophes and quotes - nothing seems to have worked. In the end I created my own recipe, Publish retweet with @. In place of Twitter, I am using buffer.com to publish. Buffer allows me to publish the ...


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This IFTTT recipe is specifically for getting an email message whenever a specific user tweets. It's originally configured to send the @username and the tweet text, but you can customize it to contain other elements, such as a link to the tweet or the timestamp.


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I made it with this: Tweets to RSS: http://twitrss.me/twitter_user_to_rss/?user=USER_NAME Then go here: https://www.feedmyinbox.com/ And fill there RSS URL and your email..


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Try Twitter Search: Topsy to search for public tweets of a user. from:username Select "Sort by oldest" "All Time" or "Specific Range" from the left sidebar. Note: Oldest tweet in their archives seems date back to 2009 only.


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If you use Feedburner, there's an option to auto-tweet your posts using Labels as hashtags.


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To access the tweets of a user, you can quite easily use the Twitter API. Note that this method can only return up to 3,200 of a user’s most recent Tweets. As a 3rd party app, there is ExportTweet. With ExportTweet you can download public tweets of any user. ExportTweet also provide option to setup the scheduler to download user tweets in selective ...


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The Facebook/twitter integration does that by default. If you need something more than this, you probably will have to roll out something on your own


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This can't be done within the standard interface of Twitter. But any worthwhile Twitter client will probably have such a feature. For example, Tweetdeck -- which is now owned by Twitter and uses Twitter login. https://tweetdeck.twitter.com/ At the top of a Tweetdeck column, click "Settings" icon, then click "Clear" to remove all tweets. Next time, it will ...


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If you want to promote your Twitter handle off-line especially in spoken formats, eg announcing at a conference "follow Anna_goes_home on Twitter for live-tweet updates, then the underscore is a pain. It's hard to vocalise, and a fair proportion of non-tech-heads won't even know what an "underscore" is. But if your promotions are totally on-line using ...


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Twitter fully supports underscores in usernames; their support article even recommends it to those unable to get their preferred handle. Adding underscores before or after your desired username will help you claim a unique handle on Twitter. But therein lies a rub; having an underscore-containing name sends the message that you were late to the party ...


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Just spent about 15 minutes trying every method listed. Finally got it to work by using nbsp;. Example below:     .Thinker. Planner. Organizer.              CEO @weBounty You're limited to how many you ...



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