What is 280 x 26? .. a feature allowing 26 tweets AT ONCE
Answer: that is over 7000 characters that you can send with "full" EDIT CONTROL and ALL AT ONCE (using TWEET ALL)..
Start a new TWEET & select the "+" sign NEXT TO TWEET.
After logging on to Twitter, open a new tab and enter: "tweetdeck.com" & Twitter will do the rest.
On the left control bar in TWEETDECK, select the "+" sign (ADD A COLUMN) & then "User". Enter the USER name/search.
There is a control on top of each column that you can use to place your selected columns in whatever sequence you want (alphabetical helps me).
IMPORTANT about TWEETDECK:
2. You can click on any of your TWEETDECK users & Twitter opens their TL.
- For beginners: TL = Timeline (it's what you see when you open your Twitter).
A series of TWEETS is referred to as a THREAD.
It MAY help your readers if you "/end" YOUR THREAD. Even IF you do so you can actually go to the last tweet in that PUBLISHED thread and add an addendum.
AFTER you /end your thread, you or other followers can ADD A FINAL TWEET stating only one simple phrase:
@ threadreaderapp please unroll; much thanks! (no space after the @ sign).
The ThreadReaderApp BOT will "unroll" the thread.
THE UPDATE selection at the bottom of a ThreadReaderApp is in small print (some in blue) and it states:
"Missing some Tweet in this thread?
You can try to force a refresh."
In addendum #1 I misspelled "thread"; sorry.