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I can change the twitter setting on iOS 6, but in the latest version of Twitter on iOS 7, there is no "Turn on notification" button in the user's setting.

How can I set this?

This is how to on iOS 6 http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Push-Notifications-for-a-Users-Tweets-on-Twitter-for-iPhone

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  • This is on the Twitter site itself – Rob Feb 21 '14 at 6:31
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The settings you're looking for were moved by Twitter to their site.

Next to that, if you open the Twitter.app on iOS 7 you can:

  1. Click on the settings-wheel when viewing your own page.
  2. Click on "settings"
  3. Click your account name
  4. Here you can manage the settings to get push notifications about each item (or not)
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You can now turn on notifications for users you follow on iOS 10 by clicking on the bell icon near the top right of their profile.

  • In order to help others that might see your answer a year, or more, from now, it's always best to indicate what version of iOS you're answer refers to. The OP was asking about iOS 6 & 7. – fsb Dec 27 '16 at 22:12
  • @fsb good point. Keep in mind you can edit a post yourself and add "10" instead of asking me to do so. Is that really enough of a reason to give me down votes? – JBallin Dec 27 '16 at 22:45
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    I'm aware I can edit your answer, thanks. If I do that then it prevents you from learning how you can improve your answers in the future; I'm trying to help you get more upvotes. Also, I didn't downvote your answer, I'm not the only person on the site right now. – fsb Dec 27 '16 at 22:55
  • @fsb Makes sense, thanks. I guess I assumed I would be notified of an edit. – JBallin Dec 27 '16 at 22:59

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