Stop or reduce the email notifications you receive in your email inbox by changing settings on Twitter.com. In four minutes, learn how to pare down the Twitter email notifications such as tips or meaningless notifications. There are, however, a few types of notifications that you might want to receive as email notifications. Narrated by the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes.
Do you want to block certain people or accounts on Twitter? In just over three minutes, learn how to use Twitter’s “Block” feature on Twitter.com to block people, advertisers, or other types of accounts from following you or appearing in your notifications. Narrated by Ian Lamont, the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes.
Sick of certain topics, phrases, and hashtags showing up in your Twitter feed? In three minutes, learn how to use Twitter’s “Muted Words” feature to select certain words to exclude, the source of the word/phrase to exclude, and how long that word or phrase is muted from Twitter. Narrated by Ian Lamont, the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes.
Change the trends that show up next to your Twitter feed on Twitter.com. In less than three minutes, learn how to use the “Change Trends” feature to shift the “trending” topics that show up next to your feed, which are often based on what people in your city or country are Tweeting about, even if you have no interest in them. Narrated by the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes.
In this 6-minute Twitter tutorial, learn how to turn off some or all Twitter notifications using the Twitter Web interface or the Twitter mobile app (iPhone is shown, but process is similar for the iPad). The narrator of the Twitter tutorial is Ian Lamont, the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes.
The Twitter header photo is kind of like a billboard for you. If you have an old Twitter header photo, or no Twitter header photo, this 3-minute Twitter tutorial will show you how to update it to something better. Narrated by the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes.
If you use Twitter a lot, it’s easy to get frustrated by tweets that run over 140 characters. In less than 4 minutes, this Twitter tutorial will show how to cut long tweets down to size, using quick edits and a few tricks! Narrated by the author of Twitter In 30 Minutes (3rd Edition).