- I can't access my account. Can you help?
- Twitter.com is blocked at my work/school/...
- I have another sign in problem.
- Why can't I upload pictures?
- Will you implement my feature?
- I don't understand how the Retweets work.
- My question isn't here.
I can't access my account. Can you help?
I'm sorry, but Twimply does not store your account information.
However, you can request a new password at Twitter's website: http://twitter.com/account/resend_password
Twitter.com is blocked at my work/school/...
If Twitter.com is blocked where you are, you can not complete the normal sign in procedure.
But if you can sign in with Twimply somewhere else, you can create a link that you can reuse where Twitter.com is blocked.
I have another sign in problem.
Please follow these Step-by-step instructions.
Why can't I upload pictures?
I may implement this in the future, but I haven't decided that yet. It may be tricky, and, since Twimply is free, I'm the one paying for the hosting costs. I don't mind that as long as they're not too high, but adding photo upload would probably mean much higher data costs, which I do not yet know how to cover...
Will you implement my feature?
Feature requests are always welcome, and I have implemented quite a few of them. However, I am developing Twimply on my own, in my spare time. That means that the time I can spend on it is limited.
I don't understand how the Retweets work.
Twitter has two kinds of retweets: old-style and new-style retweets.
old-style retweets start with "RT @username" and show the retweeter as the author. These show up in your normal timeline.
new-style retweets do not contain "RT @username", but say "Retweeted by..." and have the original author as the author. These show up under Retweeted by you.
When you send a retweet in Twimply without changing the text, it is sent as a new-style retweet. If you do change the text, Twimply sends it as an old-style retweet.
My question isn't here.
Please contact me. I'll be glad to help.