Twitter announced that TweetDeck Teams will now offer shared access, allowing several users to use the feature through one account.
Need to share one password, no more
According to Twitter’s TweetDeck unit, “Teams is a safe way to manage accounts without having to share passwords” and available through the Twitter app.
TweetDeck breaks down users into three groups of descending capabilities:
- Owner (overseeing login verification, invites, member privileges, create lists, build collections, and tweets).
- Admin (invites, tweets, create lists, and build collections).
- Contributor (tweets, create lists, and build collections).
For a team to take advantage of TweetDeck, users first login through a predetermined shared account, then look to the navigation bar and click “accounts”, and click the applicable account.
Users must then click on “team@username” and type the @username of the member they would like to invite. Then simply click authorise.
Prospective members will receive an invitation email through their own account panel via TweetDeck along with a push notification. And that’s it. The team is ready to go.
Do you use Twitter’s TweetDeck? How have the team organisation system? Let us know in our comment section below.