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    Default Twitter not showing up on notifaction pull-down screen

    I can get everything I want on my pulldown screen but I still can't get twitter to show up. Under notifications I have selected for it to be on notification scree, and as a banner on my lock screen. Have selected for it to show last 1 entry. I am not seeing anything. Anyone having problems with twitter showing up?


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    Twitter will show up, but it may not show up every time a tweet comes in. That would be a ridiculous amount of notifications.

    Just assume that if it's on, you just need to give it time to figure out how it all works. Tweets may show up if you're personally messaged, or if you're mentioned, but probably not for each tweet.
    Last edited by diamonddialogue; 10-12-2011 at 05:41 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diamonddialogue View Post
    Twitter will show up, but it may not show up every time a tweet comes in. That would be a ridiculous amount of notifications.

    Just assume that if it's on, you just need to give it time to figure out how it all works. Tweets may show up if you're personally messaged, or if you're mentioned, but probably not for each tweet.
    I got a few friends to @mention me and it still didn't show up. Also, I have it to where it should show me the last 5 tweets on the notification screen. Nothing is coming up. Hmmmm
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    Shot in the dark, when you go into the actual Twitter app, and go into your settings > notifications, are your notifications on? Just worth checking as I only realised this settings page was here just now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tillsworth View Post
    Shot in the dark, when you go into the actual Twitter app, and go into your settings > notifications, are your notifications on? Just worth checking as I only realised this settings page was here just now.
    I actually read that and thought it would work, but I already had the notifications turned on.. hmm. I'm going to try and re-install the app..
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    Re-installed twitter. Still no go..
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    Hmm. Mine seems to be working. Okay, double check all your settings compared to mine.

    In notifications:
    Twitter is under 'in notification centre'
    Turned 'ON'
    Badge App Icon is 'ON'
    View in Lock Screen is 'ON'
    (don't think these last 2 matter but just in case).

    In Twitter app itself:
    Settings> Notifications >
    Messages is ON
    Mentions & Replies is ON
    From People You Follow is ticked.

    That's the settings I've got.

    Are you getting notifications from other apps (Facebook etc.) in your Notification Centre too?

    Oh and are you on Twitter on your computer too? I sometimes find with Facebook if I am online on my laptop I don't get notifications on my phone because I receive them before on my computer.
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    it seems like it is only direct messages and replies that show up in notification center, just like it used to be with popups.
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