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# 171811 1-May-2015 19:51
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I must be missing something I have looked high and low and cant find the "box you tick" to push tweets and facebook to my watch LG r 3

anyone figured it out?




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  # 1295309 1-May-2015 20:24
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Wear just takes your existing notifications and pushes them to your LG watch as cards. No box ticking required.




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  # 1295315 1-May-2015 21:12
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hairy1: Wear just takes your existing notifications and pushes them to your LG watch as cards. No box ticking required.


 I am getting messages but dont seem to be getting tweets will look into this cards bizo cheers




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  # 1295321 1-May-2015 21:25
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Yep. It will be set with notification settings in Twitter. Basically anything that pops up as a notification in Android will appear on your wear device. For instance if you "Star" someone in Twitter on your phone then notifications will pop up when they tweet which will then show as a card on the watch.

I don't know how you would get all tweets on your phone unless you star all the users you follow.

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