In the top menu, tap your profile icon. Select Settings and privacy. Tap Notifications, then tap Push notifications and select which types of notifications you would like to receive. Tip: Check out our iOS troubleshooting instructions.
Why won’t my Twitter notifications show up?
Check Twitter’s Notification Settings.
On Android, you can check Twitter’s notification by doing the following: First, open Twitter from your home screen and access its side drawer. After that, tap on Settings and Privacy to open it. Now, tap on Notifications and open Push Notifications.
How do I get Twitter notifications on my iPhone?
Go to Settings and tap Sounds. Scroll down to Tweet and tap it. Tap a new notification sound to select it. (Note that this will only change the notification sound when a tweet is sent directly to you; the notification sound for general tweets cannot be modified.)
How do I get text notifications from Twitter?
Send GO from your phone as a text message to 40404. You’ll receive a text message from Twitter confirming that your device has been verified and SMS alerts have been enabled. Refresh the page until you see your phone number listed. Turn on SMS device updates for your Twitter.com account and then click Save Changes.
How do I get sound notifications for Twitter?
- Tap the Overflow menu (three vertical dots) and choose “Settings”
- Tap the account (your username, not general) you want to change.
- Under “Notification Indicators” tap “Ringtone”
- Choose the Ringtone you want to use for Twitter notifications for this account.
To set up notifications, go to Project settings, then Notifications tab and click Add more notifications. A pop-up will appear. Choose E-mail address, Frequency and click Save. Now you’ll be receiving e-mail notifications about new tweets containing your hashtag.