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Topic # 90735 28-Sep-2011 16:25 Send private message

I like having Twitter contacts on the phone, but I dislike the Twitter updates format - it only says "[someone] mentioned you in a tweet" and then you have to tap each notification to see the Tweet. Very unfriendly.

Anyway to disable the Notifications update?

 




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  Reply # 526843 28-Sep-2011 16:36 Send private message

Not possible 99.99% sure. The only thing you can do twitter related is hide the contacts from appearing in your people hub which you don't want.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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  Reply # 526844 28-Sep-2011 16:37 Send private message

I don't mind the contacts showing in Twitter - I actually want it. What I don't want is the constant updating going on...
 




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