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Topic # 147028 6-Jun-2014 10:28
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I just had to share this with those that will appreciate , even though its admitting I really am not cutout for this whole computer thing!

So when you create an app with twitter these days to do so you have to have a phone registered .

A real pain as i have about 15 twitter accounts, what am i suppose to have 15 mobile phones?

Then a coder told me the answer to the problem

us the phone to register the app then remove the phone and number move on to the next one!

The bleeding obvious!




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  Reply # 1060279 6-Jun-2014 10:30
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One should never do the obvious, it's too easy and where is the fun in that tongue-out




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IT / Technology .....2 steps forward...12 steps back? :)




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  Reply # 1060281 6-Jun-2014 10:30
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not sure exactly what you are talking about.... but you can have multiple twitter accounts on one phone  (I have 3 on mine)

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  Reply # 1060283 6-Jun-2014 10:33
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gnfb: A real pain as i have about 15 twitter accounts, !


curious....how do you manage these 15 twitter accounts? hootsuite? seesmic? tweetdeck?






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  Reply # 1060300 6-Jun-2014 10:44
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BinaryLimited:
gnfb: A real pain as i have about 15 twitter accounts, !


curious....how do you manage these 15 twitter accounts? hootsuite? seesmic? tweetdeck?


Tweetdeck and Twando




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  Reply # 1060301 6-Jun-2014 10:46
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NonprayingMantis: not sure exactly what you are talking about.... but you can have multiple twitter accounts on one phone  (I have 3 on mine)


You can hjave as many accounts as you want but when you go to create an app you need a unique phone number to create apps

The way around that i now find is to regiter the app then remove the phone form your account




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