How to use your Twitter account to react to news
Twitter has announced a feature that allows users to create a new profile with their own unique login and login email address.
The new feature is called “reaction” and it lets users “react” to news events.
Users will be able to react and post comments, comments can be deleted, and the accounts “resend” updates from other users on their account.
Users can create an account using a username and password.
Users can also create “actions” that react to certain events or events that are occurring on Twitter.
For example, if someone tweets, “I love to hear what other people are up to,” they can react to this and respond with “I am up to no good, I’m scared, I need help, etc. The next day, they can respond, “It was fun and all, but I’m so busy right now.
“There are two ways to create an “action.
“The first is to use a text field that you can add to your account.
You can create this text field by following these instructions:Once you create your account, you can create as many actions as you like.
You could also create multiple actions by using different text fields, and using different names for the actions.
For instance, you could create an action that said, “You are scared, you need help” and then you could use a different name for the action, “Help me, please.”
There’s no limit to the number of “actions you can have in your account,” Twitter said.
You can also add as many “actions as you want” to an account, and they can be combined with other actions, too.
For example, you might have an account with two different “actions.”
For example: “I need help.
I am scared.
I need a cup of coffee.
“When someone tweets “I’m scared,” you can respond with, “Well, if that’s you, you’re not alone.
“If someone tweets about their dog, you would respond, too, “That’s the dog.
“The account can also react to other people who have tweeted or posted about something, too (like “I really liked the new Apple Watch”), and you can even see who is tweeting about something or who is commenting on something.
You also have the option to “delete” any posts and comments you have made.
Twitter says it will send out an email with a link to delete your account if you don’t follow the instructions to delete.