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Friday, July 17, 2015

How to access your @Twitter Log in History - Stronger Password and Two Step Verification required

Twitter has finally handed us even more control over out Tweeting.

As of Friday July 17th 2015, you can now check your Twitter log-in history as reported in the article “How to check your Twitter log-in history”, published July 17, 2015 by Nicole Cozma, CNET News



To get access to your Twitter Log in History, use the following steps:

1.      Log into Twitter on your Laptop or computer
2.      Open the main menu in the top right inside you profile picture
3.      Select Settings.
4.      Select Your Twitter data in the left menu

Finally! After all, you have control over who can DM (Direct Message) you as noted in my blog article entitled “How to Send a DM to someone on @Twitter you are not following – Troll’s Joy is hanging by a Thread”.

So it's only fair that you be able to know if someone has gained access to your Smartphone and has been posting tweets pretending to be you. With the recent spate of hackings, setting a stronger password made up of number and letters is you first line of defense as suggested in my blog article entitled “How to enable Apple iCloud TSV using Apple ID – Apple iCloud Fappening created Hipster Trend of Flip Cellphones, Vinyl Records and Polaroids”.

Also enabling TSV (Two Step Verification) is now beginning to look like less of a hassle to provision as explained in “How to enable Twitter's two-factor authentication”, published June 15, 2015 by Jason Cipriani, CNET News.

Fellow Twitteratti, happy tweeting!!!


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