For added account security, users signing in with their Twitter username and password can use Twitter's own two-step verification, known to Twitter users as Login Verification.
As of May 2015, Tweet Deck added a “confirmation step” feature giving users the option to require an extra step before sending a tweet.
There’s something going on – or rather, not going on at all – in the Twitterverse.
Tweetdeck, the much-loved scheduling/ updating/ stalking platform that takes the effort out of Twitter browsing, is throwing a tantrum.
When I decided it was probably time to update this post and went back to read it, I discovered there was no “probably” about it.
There have been a ton of changes since I wrote the post and at least half of it was no longer accurate.
I use lots of tools such as Tweet Deck and Hootsuite.
With my old HP laptop, the desktop application version of Tweet Deck always worked exactly as I hoped, but with new laptop, I’m not so lucky.
And those two definitely have benefits over Tweet Deck.
For example, Hootsuite used to not show images expanded in their free version, which was a huge negative, but they do now.
In this update, the first thing to notice is that I’ve taken Tweet Deck out of the equation altogether.
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Here’s what I experienced, what I tried, and what I eventually did as a reluctant solution.