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How does your Channel get Activated for Twitter Notifications?

Stream notifications are one of the best ways to inform viewers once you start streaming. Being activated for twitter notification means your livestreams are automatically announced on Twitter when your channel goes live.

To ensure basic stream quality, only channels that meet the following criteria are activated for Twitter:

  1. Informative and meaningful stream title.
  2. Completely filled out channel profile.
  3. Completely filled out stream description, which gives viewers a proper understanding of project
  4. Screen is clearly readable.

To activate automatic Twitter notifications follow these steps

  • Go into notifications settings and click Connect Twitter Account.
  • Screenshot_2Fill your login username and password and click Sign In.
  • Screenshot_3Now Check  the highlighted box, if it is unchecked. This will activate automatic twitter notifications.       

Screenshot_4 So, activate automatic twitter stream notifications and start building your audience 🙂

About author

About Author Dr. Michael Jurgen Garbade is the founder of LiveEdu.TV, Kyuda, Education Ecosystem. He is future Venture Capitalist, Future Politician and always on the lookout for the Next Big Challenge. Obtained Masters in business administration and physics, and a Ph.D. in finance with professional work experience in high-paced environments at Fortune 500 companies like Amazon and General Electric. Expertize: Python, PHP, Sencha Touch & C++, SEO, Finance, Strategy & E-commerce. He speaks English and German and has worked in the US, Europe, and Asia. At Education Ecosystem he is the CEO and runs business operations.
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