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All I did was upload it through the web browser and when it asked me to resize it, I just clicked the back button on editing image and it kept the transparent background. Give that a try. IDK if this works on the app but it works on web twitter.


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If you tweet an image with no text/comment, you get the behavior you are describing. Also, it is important to remember that #hashtags and @usernames don't count as text in a comment, so you have to put some actuall text in the comment. For example... @BarnyardSushi #doodle #Tucson The above will show up in your "Tweets and replies" (but not in "Tweets")....


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This facility is "not currently available", unfortunately. Maybe keep an eye on this page: https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/advanced-twitter-block-options#


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I think you can use a user agent spoofing extension. The legacy version looks strangely un-optimized for touch - i.e. small icons close together - even when I look in Firefox Responsive Design mode (defaults to iPhone). So I think there is not a high risk of getting optimizations for the wrong browser/device type, that will cause any big problem. There's an ...


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The new design is somewhat not so easy to navigate. Here is how to find the Sync address book contacts settings page: Alternatively, you can revert back to the old and familiar Twitter design :-) here are the instructions how to do it...


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The new Twitter design doesn't have notifications option dedicated just for new likes. The closest you can do is deactivate the Updates about the performance of your Tweets option. Here is how to do it: Click the More button at the bottom of the main menu on the left, then click the Email notifications option (bottom-right) Un-check the Updates about the ...


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You should try Zapier. Essentially it is similar to IFTTT but a bit more robust. Admittedly it doesn't have real-time triggering, however, they commit to run triggers every 5 to 15 min. (shorter for payed version). Just like in IFTTT, you can have the action part linked with the twitter search trigger send you a customized SMS with various data pulled from ...


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There is no way to reply to a tweet and at the same time have that reply-tweet appear as public tweet. The most common work-around is as follows: Click the 🗘 retweet button and select Retweet with comment (on mobile) or use the Add a comment... field (on desktop). Begin your tweet with .@username, after it type in your reply. Make sure to put a dot . ...


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Remarkably, just include an image. However this inhibits the entire substitution of URL with round-cornered item rather than remedies the placeholder specifically. Note: this placeholder is a result of a) The entered tweet including a URL - Twitter replaces the URL with the round-cornered item you see: which includes the URL except with any www. removed....


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