Twitter users can become overwhelmed with the amount of Twitter feeds they follow. It can be especially frustrating to Twitter users when they miss a piece of news or an announcement because their feed is overcrowded with tweets about other topics that are irrelevant at the moment. TweetDeck can solve these issues by allowing users to organise the Twitter feeds that they follow. TweetDeck also allows users to customise the appearance of the application. This process takes a few moments and is relatively easy.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Launch TweetDeck. Click "Settings." The icon is a wrench.
Click the "Colors/Font" tab.
Click the colour box next to the section that you want to customise. For example, if you want to customise the "Primary Background Color," click the black box to the right. Click the colour you want. Click "Save" at the bottom of the window.
Click the radio button next to "Original Font" or "International Font" to change the font.
Click the "Notifications" tab. Click "Detail (on or off)" and "Summary (on or off)" to enable and disable those features. Click a square representing the position of the notification window that you want. Move the "Notification" sound slider to the right and left to increase and decrease the volume. Type a number in the field to indicate how many seconds TweetDeck will check for messages. Click the "Save Settings" button.
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