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The sign in endpoint will behave in one of three ways depending on the user’s status:

  1. Signed in and approved: If the user is signed in on and has already approved the calling application, they will be immediately authenticated and returned to the callback URL with a valid OAuth request token. The redirect to is not obvious to the user.
  2. Signed in but not approved: If the user is signed in to but has not approved the calling application, a request to share access with the calling application will be shown. After accepting the authorization request, the user will be redirected to the callback URL with a valid OAuth request token.
  3. Not signed in: If the user is not signed in on, they will be prompted to enter their credentials and grant access for the application to access their information on the same screen. Once signed in, the user will be returned to the callback URL with a valid OAuth request token.

The possible states for the sign in interaction are illustrated in the following flowchart:

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  • Using Twitter
    • Tweets
  • Managing your account
    • Login and password
  • Safety and security
    • Security and hacked accounts
  • Rules and policies
    • Twitter Rules and policies

Follow our sign up instructions for your Twitter for iOS app.

Follow our sign up instructions for your Twitter for Android app.

Get a preview of what’s happening on, then use the sign up button to get started. Know you want to sign up right away? You can do so at

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How to create a Twitter account

  1. Sign up on Twitter.
  2. Customize your profile, including picking a profile photo and header.
  3. Add a bio.
  4. Set up your timeline by following people.
  5. Tweet!
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Tips for picking a username

  • Your username, also known as a 'handle', is the name your followers use when sending replies, mentions, and Direct Messages.
  • It will also form the URL of your Twitter profile page. We'll provide a few available suggestions when you sign up, but feel free to choose your own. You can change your username in your account settings at any time, as long as the new username is not already taken.
  • Usernames must be fewer than 15 characters in length and cannot contain 'admin' or 'Twitter', in order to avoid brand confusion.

A Twitter account is your passport to what’s happening in the world and what people are talking about right now. By signing up for an account, you’re among the first to know about breaking news and what’s popular––from the funny to the uplifting to the surprising. If a topic is worth talking about, you’ll find it on Twitter.

Some things to note:

  • We’ll guide you through our sign up experience –– prompting you to enter information like your name and email address.
  • If you sign up with an email address, it won’t be publicly visible, but we’ll have you verify it through a confirmation email we’ll send you. And an email address can only be associated with one Twitter account at a time.
  • If you sign up with a phone number, we’ll have you verify it through an SMS text message with a code. (You can also request a voice call to verify your phone number.)

I have a Twitter account now! What’s next?

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  1. Follow our official account, @TwitterSupport. You’ll be the first to hear about product news, how-tos, and announcements.

  2. Follow some Topics. It’s a great way to create a customized Twitter experience for yourself.

  3. Find and follow news sources, friends, more on Twitter. When you follow an account, you'll see their Tweets through your Twitter Home timeline. You can unfollow anyone at any time.

  4. Customize settings for your new account.

Ready for more? We’ve got everything you need to know about using Twitter.

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