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When you sign up for Twitter you are automatically given a profile with a unique URL that can be found at Twitter.com slash your username. To navigate to your profile, click the "Me" button at the top of any Twitter page.

The profile page is broken up into two different columns.

The top box on the right column includes your display name, Twitter handle, and biographical information, along with your Twitter stats.

The box in the upper-left corner contains filters which change what is displayed underneath your name and header.

Click "Tweets" on the left to display all your tweets.

If a tweet is in reply to another user's tweet, click "View Conversation" to see the rest of the discussion.

Clicking "Following" on the left will show you all the people you are following, while "Followers" shows you the people who are following you.

"Favorites" contains the tweets that you've starred and "Lists" contains lists you've created for bundling users into groups.

The box below features your most recent video and photo posts.

Click on one to expand.

Further down, you'll see suggestions on who to follow, as well as current trends.

ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.TwitterA popular microblogging platform that lets users connect and share information with friends, celebrities, companies and more via short messages.URLUniform resource locator; the address of a website on the Internet typically beginning with http:// and ending with .com, .net or .org.UsernameThe name through which a user identifies their account on a website or mobile application.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.HandleA synonym for an online profile or user name that's most often used when describing a Skype username.Filter1. The process of reducing the size of a set of data by removing unwanted pieces of information based on certain qualities or characteristics (verb); 2. a tool of many Web applications that automatically removes or categorizes data based on a set of rules and attributes (noun).TweetThe standard microblog post on Twitter, which is limited to 140 characters.Conversation1. An archive of previous communications in the form of threaded emails or posts; 2. a real-time text or video chat; 3. the interaction between an organization and its customers, fans or other visitors to its social presences.Reply1. The act of responding or answering an email in direct reply to the sender; emails sent in reply are prefixed by "Re:"; 2. a post on a blog, forum, or other social network crafted as a direct response to another post, often associated with or linked to the original post.Follow1. To subscribe to the activity, messages and/or content of another member of a site; 2. to click on a link.Group1. A grouping of individuals that communicate, collaborate and share information within a Web application; 2. a sub-set of lists, used to target subscribers based on characteristics or interests.List1. A grouping of email addresses used for email marketing purposes; 2. a user generated director of local merchants on Yelp.PostAn entry published on a blog, microblog, forum, or social networking site.Twitter2152Navigate Your Twitter Profile
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