Securing a tweet is a great way to make the point clear, because it's the first post people see when they visit your Twitter profile. When you lock, reply or retweet a tweet, it remains at the top of your profile, whether you create new tweets or not. It's the perfect place to post one of your most popular tweets, a fantastic blog that you've written, or even just a joke that shows your personality.
When we talk about pinning, we are only talking about a message that you can pin on the top of your public profile page. Although you can "pin" every Twitter list that you create, they are only seen by you for your "Home", so it's not the same. As far as Moments is concerned, you cannot fix them directly, but you can fix the tweet for them if you have created one.
The types of content you can attach to your profile
You can pin everything you tweet yourself, but not the content of other people (however, there are a few tricks below to work around that limitation). It can be a normal tweet, a retweet with comment, a straight retweet of your own tweet or an answer to someone else's tweet. The tweets can include images, URL & # 39; s, letters, numbers and other characters, video & # 39; s, polls and more. However, it cannot be a list that you have created or a moment that you have created unless you tweet and attach links to them.
As the subhead indicates, only one pin is allowed per profile at a time. If you already have a pinned tweet in your profile, it will replace the previous one the next time you pinn one.
Open the Twitter app on your iPhone or Android phone, tap your profile photo on the top left and then select "Profile" from the side menu.