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To navigate to your profile, click "Me" at the top of any Twitter page.

The profile page is broken up into three columns.

To the left, you'll see your profile picture, display name, Twitter handle, and biographical information, along with your photos and videos below.

Along the top of the page, you'll see tabs that change what's displayed down the center of the page.

In the "Tweets" tab, you can choose to see only your tweets, or your tweets and replies.

Click the ellipsis icon below a particularly popular or defining tweet, choose "Pin to your profile page," and confirm in the popup to keep that tweet at the top of your profile.

"Photos/Videos" will display your media tweets, "Following" shows users you're currently following, and "Followers" shows you the users who are following you.

"Favorites" contains the tweets that you've starred and "Lists" contains lists of users you've created.

Finally, to the right, you'll see a box suggesting new users Twitter thinks you'd like to follow, and current trending topics in your area.

Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.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.HandleA synonym for an online profile or user name that's most often used when describing a Skype username.TweetThe standard microblog post on Twitter, which is limited to 140 characters.Follow1. To subscribe to the activity, messages and/or content of another member of a site; 2. to click on a link.List1. A grouping of email addresses used for email marketing purposes; 2. a user generated director of local merchants on Yelp.LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.Twitter2152Understand the Profile Layout
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