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I'm trying to set up Twitter on my iphone. When I type in my name, email, a username, and a password, I keep getting an error message: screenname already taken. What is this talking about? I've switched several pw and usernames; error message still pops up

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Hi,

Good day. In regards to you concern, usually in creating username we to think of an exquisite or a not so common username. You can try to use your name as your username or like adding up a 4 digit number to your username. example smith.john@yahoo.com or ( smith.john + your area code ) = smith.john32461@yahoo.com

This will usually make your username Unique and get accepted. Hope this information help you. Have a great day.

Posted on May 22, 2011

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How to change your password while you're logged in:

  1. From your logged in account, click on the profile icon in the upper right hand corner of your screen and selectSettings.
  2. Click on the Password tab.
  3. Enter your current password.
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  5. Save your changes by clicking Save changes.
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  • This will require that you enter your account email address or mobile number, in addition to your username, in order to send a password reset email or SMS/text.
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    1. Go to http://twitter.com and find the sign up box, or go directly to https://twitter.com/signup.
    2. Enter your full name, email address, and a password.
    3. Click Sign up for Twitter.
    4. On the next page, you can select a username (usernames are unique identifiers on Twitter) - type your own or choose one we've suggested. We'll tell you if the username you want is available.
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    7. Twitter will send a confirmation email to the address you entered on sign up, click the link in that email to confirm your email address and account.

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    3. Choose the email address you where you want to receive the password reset email.
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