Manage Accounts in TweetFollowing 1.0.0

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Manage Accounts Feature Detail Video

The "Manage Accounts" feature can help you manage your twitter accounts within few seconds. No matter how many twitter accounts you have, it takes nearly same time to manage them.

Notice: There are several functions in this box:

  1. Create new twitter accounts by IE

  2. If you don't have any twitter accounts, you can new create from here:

    Click "Create new Twitter Account by IE" and you will get to the twitter signing up page. It takes you a few minutes to create a new twitter account on the twitter website manually, just input your full name, username, password, email and type the captcha code in corresponding place to register your own account one by one as follows:

    The email doesn't have to be a real one, but if you want to get your account back someday, then you need to input an email that exists, it may help you.

  3. Add

  4. If you have already had some accounts, you can add them into this dialog one by one by clicking this button, the steps are as follows:

    1. Input your username and password;
    2. Click "OK" button to add account;
    3. Add more accounts in the same way;

    Then your accounts will be listed in this dialog as follows:

  5. Export

    1. If you want to save your accounts, you can save your accounts by "Export" function, click the "Export" button, there are several formats, for example: (*.twitter), (*.txt), (*.csv) as follows:

    2. If you export accounts by the default format (*.twitter), it will save your accounts in a text file which includes the full information of your accounts, such as username, following, followers, messages, updates, proxyhost, proxyport and removed. It's like this:

    3. Just name the file and save it.

    4. If you export accounts by the second option, it will only save your accounts username in a text file as follows:

    5. Export accounts by the third option, it will only save your accounts username and password in a test file like this:

    6. Username and password are separated by colon, one per line. Name the text file and save those accounts.

    7. The fourth option is different with the second option, username and password are going to be saved as two lists like this:

    8. Exporting accounts by the fifth option is simpler than (*.twitter) format, it will save your accounts in a text file which contains nearly full information of the accounts, there are username, password, following, followers, messages, updates, proxy, but no removed friends list, like this:

    9. To export accounts by the last option, your accounts are going to be saved in a text file like this: .

    10. Just name the file and save it as follows:

  6. Import

  7. Import a list of twitter accounts into this box, there are several formats. Most of them are similar with the formats as you export your accounts:

    1. You may find that there is no option to import only username, because you can't login your accounts without password.

    2. The default format is to import full information of your twitter accounts, this file format is defined by the programmer, so usually it's inconvenient, and you need to input the information in the text file as follows:

    3. While you import account from somewhere you exported last time, if you import by the second, third option, it will only show your accounts' information in the "Manage Accounts" dialog box like this:

    4. You have to update so that you can let your accounts full information display.

    5. When you import accounts by the fourth and fifth options, your accounts' information will be listed in the "Manage Accounts" dialog box as imported by the (*.twitter) format.

    6. When you import accounts, just select this format and find the file, open it and then your accounts will be listed in the box. It's much more convenient than adding one by one, and easy to manage your accounts by groups.

    7. Open in IE

    8. With this function, you can open the homepage of your twitter accounts without logging on, just select any one account, click "Open in IE" as follows:

      Then you can see the homepage of the account as follows:

      This is the homepage hasn't been signed in.

    9. Remove

    10. Select any one account or multiple accounts which you want to remove, Just click "Remove" button and click "OK" to remove those accounts as follows:

      A new dialog box will appear:

      Click "OK" to go on and click "Cancel" to exit.

    11. Remove All

    12. Click "Remove All" button if you want to remove all accounts from the box, then there will be a new dialog box as follows:

      Click "OK" to remove all accounts or click "cancel" to exit.