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Aug
7
comment How can I automatically (native) re-tweet everything another Twitter account tweets?
I figured it out. You have to add your Twitter account (the one that will do the retweeting) as a “Team”. Then you just add the specific username you want to retweet, to the right of “following” or “followers” as appropriate (you need to follow or be followed by them, it seems).
Aug
7
comment How can I automatically (native) re-tweet everything another Twitter account tweets?
Okay, you’re right. I tried RoundTeam but found it extremely difficult to understand. I still do.
Jul
19
comment How can I automatically (native) re-tweet everything another Twitter account tweets?
It doesn’t do native retweets, though, right? That seemed to be the case last time I checked.
Apr
10
comment How can I automatically (native) re-tweet everything another Twitter account tweets?
If you read the question, I was not looking for the old style manual re-tweet that is really just quoting someone. While ifttt is cool, it does not (yet) support native re-tweeting.
Apr
4
comment How can I automatically (native) re-tweet everything another Twitter account tweets?
Hmm, thanks for the tip! It looks like it’s Windows-only though, which won’t cut it for me.
Mar
19
comment How can I automatically (native) re-tweet everything another Twitter account tweets?
for the record: I own & manually post to both accounts in question. I’m absolutely not retweeting third-party users or misleading anyone in any way.
Mar
16
comment Can I “opt out” of Google Calendar while keeping my Gmail account?
It helps, but you could still click “accept” in the body of an email, or whatever, and then Google accepts the invite to your calendar.
Mar
14
comment Can I “opt out” of Google Calendar while keeping my Gmail account?
While I appreciate the effort you put into this, I really do know how to add and remove accounts from my own device. It’s removing a Google app from a Google account that I fear to be impossible.
Mar
14
comment Can I “opt out” of Google Calendar while keeping my Gmail account?
I’m on Lion (10.7.3)… though I’m not entirely sure why you are asking
Mar
8
comment Can I “opt out” of Google Calendar while keeping my Gmail account?
That’s not technically the solution I wanted, at all, but I think I see what you’re saying — this would have a similar effect in that at least the events added to the wrong calendar would still be visible on all my devices. Thanks.
Mar
8
comment Can I “opt out” of Google Calendar while keeping my Gmail account?
I mean #2. Otherwise clicking "accept" in a Google-sent calendar invitation ("by accident") would add the event to the wrong calendar.
Nov
1
comment List of (popular) Webmail services
Of course, this is now replaced with iCloud, which is free (if you have a Mac or iPhone or other Apple device). It does include (nice) webmail as well as native apps already on your device created by the same company. iDisk is dead (hello, iCloud syncing and/or Dropbox instead).