For a complete guide to understanding, accessing, and using a Twitter account please visit Twitter’s official Help Center at http://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics.
What will the District Two Twitter page be used for?
The District Two Twitter page will be used as an ancillary to the D2-Wire, the District Two web site and other District Two social media accounts. It will feature news, events, updates, photos and happenings from around the district. The D-2 Twitter page will also pose questions and hashtag (#) categories for the membership to discuss via the Twitter page.
How do I find District Two’s page?
The best way to see the District Two Twitter page is to use this link. http://twitter.com/natad2. Another way to find it is to use the “Who To Follow” feature on your Twitter page. Click the “Who To Follow” button and then perform a search for natad2.
I’ve found the District Two Twitter page but I can’t see any tweets.
In order to see any of the District Two tweets you must “Follow” natad2. Once you click the follow button a request will be sent to the District Two Twitter account and you will have to be approved to see the tweets. Only current NATA District Two members will be granted access to the D-2 Twitter page.
I was able to see tweets before but I no longer have access to the D-2 Twitter page.
Each year we update the D-2 twitter follower’s database. If you allow your NATA membership to lapse, your access to the D-2 Twitter page will be rescinded.
How do I contact the D-2 Twitter account?
You can either send a direct message through Twitter or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I want something Tweeted by the D-2 account?
If you have a Twitter account you may send a direct message via Twitter or Tweet a post @natad2. If you do not have a Twitter account you can email email@example.com or the District Two Director.
What are all these symbols?
Twitter only allows 140 characters per tweet. Often times abbreviations and symbols are used. For a complete list of commonly used symbols and words please visit https://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics/topics/104-welcome-to-twitter-support/articles/166337-the-twitter-glossary