When you log into the Twitter homepage, it will take you immediately to your Twitter feed. This is where you will see updated tweets from the users you follow. Tweets immediately appear on the Twitter feed as users post them.
By clicking on the “Me” tab, you will be redirected to your own personal Twitter feed, in the box. It’s a feed with Tweets and Twit Pics that come from your personal accounts. You can view your Following, Followers and Favorites.
On the same Homepage of your Twitter Feed, you can write your tweet. On the left side of the page, there is a camera and map icon. The camera allows you to upload a picture & the map allows you to attach a location to the tweet. The number inside next to the “Tweet” button shows you how many more characters are still available to be written in your Tweet. You can tweet a maximum of 140 characters (spaces included).
An alternative way of composing a tweet is to click the icon within the circle. It will then direct you to the “Compose new Tweet” box.
By clicking the notification tab, you will be taken to your notification page. It shows any users who have tweeted at you, retweeted you, or favorited your tweet. It also shows users who favorited or retweeted a tweet you were mentioned.
Underneath the Notifications tab is the “Mentions” tab. This shows any direct mentions (an @mention) by users, along with their corresponding tweet
The tab “Edit Profile” is in the top right corner of your profile page. By clicking, the tabs “Cancel” and “Save Changes” will appear. You can then change your profile & header photos. Additionally, you can change the name associated with handle, your bio, location, website and theme color.
By selecting the settings (at the very top right of the page, next to your search bar) you will be presented with a drop-down menu. This is where you would get help, go to the settings page, or log-out of the account.
The #Moments tab is next to your notification tab on the top left hand side of your Twitter page. By clicking it, you will be able to see the most popular hashtags of the day and search any hashtags you wish to see. After searching a hashtag (for example, #HappyHolidays) any tweets or twit-pics that have used that hashtag will appear in chronological order.