Login with Twitter to maintain your Twitter Feeds

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Login with Twitter to maintain your Twitter Feeds

Dear customers, we’re writing today to inform you of a crucial update that requires your immediate attention to ensure uninterrupted service for your Twitter Feeds.

As a result of a recent policy change implemented by Twitter, we are now required to ask our users to log in to their Twitter accounts to continue using the Twitter Feed feature on TweetShift. This update is a part of our ongoing commitment to comply with the guidelines set forth by Twitter and to maintain the highest standards of security and user experience. Even if you have logged in to TweetShift with Twitter previously, you’ll need to re-authorise today if prompted.

To keep your Twitter Feeds active and connected, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Visit the TweetShift Dashboard and navigate to the “Twitter Feeds” tab.

  2. Click on the “Login” or “Re-login” button (if there’s no prompt asking you to login: you do not have to do anything!)

  3. You will be redirected to a secure Twitter login page. Enter your credentials and authorise TweetShift to access your account.

  4. Once authorization is complete, you will be redirected back to the TweetShift website. Your Twitter account will now be linked, and your feeds should continue to work seamlessly.

Please make sure to complete this process today to avoid any disruption in service.

We apologise for any inconvenience this change may cause, but we are confident that it will ultimately contribute to a more secure and efficient experience for all our users. As always, our team is here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Feel free to reach out to our support team through the chat button in the bottom right, or through our Discord server, and we will be more than happy to help.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

Note: Please ensure your Twitter account is 🔓 unprotected/public in order for TweetShift to work

Posted on April 14, 2023
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