If you use Twitter regularly, you may occasionally post a message that gains attention with other users or that you want to stand out from the rest of your feed.
Generally speaking, the more you tweet, the further your past tweets move down your profile page. However, Twitter makes it possible to pin a tweet so that it stays at the top of your page until you remove it.
Pinning tweets to the top of your Twitter profile will not take more than a few seconds, and you can unpin a tweet or choose a new one to pin in its place at any time. Let’s explore how to do this.
Note! You can only have one pinned tweet at a time. Pinning a new tweet will unpin any tweet you already have pinned.
This is for the iPhone and Android using Twitter
Pin a Tweet
Twitter’s mobile apps for iOS and Android allow you to pin tweets to your profile. You can also do this on your desktop.
First, open the Twitter app. Make sure you are logged in to your account.
Next, in the top-left corner of the app, tap the three horizontal lines. Refer to below image:
In the menu that opens, select Profile. See below image:
Your Twitter profile opens. Now, scroll down and find the tweet to pin.
When you find the tweet, at the top-right corner of that tweet, tap the three-dots hamburger menu. See following image:
From the menu that pops up from the bottom of your phone’s screen, select Pin to profile. Refer to below image:
Select Pin in the prompt that appears in the middle of your phone’s screen. See below image:
Your selected tweet is now pinned to your profile page. See following image:
Unpin a Tweet
To unpin the tweet, scroll to the top of your profile page in Twitter’s mobile app. Then, at the top-right corner of the pinned tweet, tap the three-dots hamburger menu. Refer to below image:
In the menu that appears from the bottom of your phone’s screen, tap Unpin from profile. See below image:
Select Unpin in the prompt. See following image:
And your tweet disappears from the top area of your Twitter profile.
It’s easy to pin and unpin tweets on Twitter, and you should make use of this feature to display your most important tweet at the top of your profile page.
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