Twitter Brings TweetDeck Teams To iOS And Android

by • September 11, 2017 • TwitterComments Off on Twitter Brings TweetDeck Teams To iOS And Android3947

Forget about sharing a single account password with multiple people. You can now use TweetDeck Teams on your mobile devices as well. 

Twitter launched TweetDeck Teams on web, Chrome, and Windows back in 2015 as a way for multiple people in a team managing a single Twitter account, to stop sharing the same password. The only problem with this, was that it wasn’t available on mobile. Now, TweetDeck Teams is available on iOS and Android mobile platforms as well.

To start, here’s what you need to know. Teams divides users into three groups:

Owners: Owners can manage passwords, phone numbers, and login verification settings. They can also invite others to access the account as admins or contributors, and can take action on behalf of the team account (Tweet, Retweet, Direct Message, like, etc.), schedule Tweets, create lists, and build collections.

Admins: Admins can invite others to access the account as admins or contributors. They can also take action on behalf of the team account (Tweet, Retweet, Direct Message, like, etc.), schedule Tweets, create lists, and build collections.

Contributors: Contributors can take action on behalf of the team account (Tweet, Retweet, Direct Message, like, etc.), schedule Tweets, create lists, and build collections.

When any team member logs in to TweetDeck using their own Twitter account, that user will be able to see the shared account in the Accounts tab, as well as in their New Tweet panel. All team members can also enable login verification on their accounts. This will keep their account (and additional accounts in their TweetDeck) safe and secure.

To find out how to set up Teams, click here.


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