Sign into Twitter so It Can Access Your Information for iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, JellyBean, Jen M, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to use your iPhone 6 to sign in through Twitter, instead of using the Twitter application.
To get started, give a single press on the Home button.
One press will open the Lock screen, where we'll slide across and enter a pin or passcode.
Alternatively, we may take a thumb or finger, put it on the Home button and use that as a fingerprint scanner.
This will bring us right into the Home screen.
On the Home screen, we're looking for a silver and gray box labeled "Settings".
We will know this icon because it has a series of gears inside of the box.
When we find the "Settings" icon, we'll give it a single press.
This will open up the "Settings" menu, where we'll be on the main "Settings" panel.
What we are looking for now is the Twitter section, by scrolling all the way down, and then we'll see "Twitter", just over "Facebook", "Flickr", and "Vimeo".
Give a single press to "Twitter".
Now we'll see the Twitter application, with the option to create a new account, or to sign in to an existing account.
In this case, we'll sign in to an existing account by entering these details, which will not be shown here.
Once we've entered our details, we'll press on "Sign In".
Once signed in, we'll tap on the name, which, in this case is "@hjbuell".
When we give that a tap, we'll be taken into the main section, where we'll want to add, "Find Me by Email".
We don't have to add this, but we should.
Next, confirm the name and password, and everything else about the account is the way we want it to be.
If there is a different description for the account, such as having multiple accounts, we may want to have something other than the Twitter name, depending on what we're doing.
In this case, the Twitter name is just fine.
When we're happy with this, we'll tap on "Done", and then we're finished.
This has been a VisiHow tutorial on how to link your Twitter account through the iPhone application, as opposed to using the Twitter application.
Once you do this, you'll be able to update contacts as well. If you have any questions or comments, leave them in the section below. Otherwise, make sure you check out our video on how to update your contacts, so that you can synchronize people's photos from Twitter with your in place contacts and immediately, and easily, recognize them. As ever, thanks, have a great day, and make sure you check out the rest of our videos.
Video: Sign into Twitter so It Can Access Your Information for iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Jen M, JellyBean, Grimm