Twitter is a highly used social networking website that allows users to send out 140 character ‘tweets’ to other users. More than just social networking, Twitter is an effective tool for businesses and individuals, as it provides a quick way to reach out to others they wouldn’t have found otherwise. Here we will look at how to change your Twitter password in just a few easy steps. By learning how to change Twitter password, you can protect your account against hacking and personal invasion online.
Why change Twitter password?
When you first set up your Twitter account, you were asked to enter a password. At that time you were informed by Twitter whether your selected twitter password was weak, good, strong, or very strong. Perhaps, over time, you’ve decided that you would like to change your Twitter password to something different or something with a stronger security. Luckily, it is not difficult to change Twitter password. Simply follow the steps listed below and have your Twitter password changes in under a minute.
How to change Twitter password.
STEP 1 – Sign in to your Twitter account using your current information.
STEP 2 – At the top right hand of your screen, you’ll see several tabs. These include ‘Home’, ‘Profile’, ‘Find People’, ‘Settings’, ‘Help’, and ‘Sign Out’. Click on the ‘Settings’ tab now.
STEP 3 – This screen will display your current Twitter account information. At the top of the screen, you’ll see several tabs. Click on the ‘password’ tab now to change Twitter password.
STEP 4 – To change your Twitter password, you will need to know what your current password is. (If you do not remember what your Twitter password was, you can request it by contacting Twitter. Simply click the ‘forgot password’ link located beneath the ‘Current Password’ box. ) To change Twitter password, enter your current password in the appropriate box.
STEP 5 – In the ‘New Password’ box, enter the Twitter password you would like to use. Twitter recommends using a password that includes a minimum of 6 characters, which are not a common name or dictionary word. Be unique to strengthen your password. (Twitter will inform you of the strength of the password you enter) Reenter your new password in the ‘Verify New Password’ box and click on the box marked ‘Change’.
That’s all there is to it. You can immediately begin using your Twitter account. There is no need to verify your new password through an email, it is effective immediately. Twitter recommends that you change Twitter password occasionally to protect your personal information.
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