Managing your Twitter account with single sign on

How to start using Google SSO with an existing Twitter account

 You’ll need to be logged out of the account you’d like to access with SSO.

  1. Go to twitter.com.  
  2. Click Sign in under the question Already have an account?
  3. When you see the Sign in to Twitter prompt, choose Sign in with Google.
  4. Tap Next.
  5. Under Choose an Account, select the Google account with the same email matching your existing Twitter account. This will associate the two accounts for Google SSO.

    Note: Choosing a Google account of a different email, will result in creating a new Twitter account with that email.
  6. If you don’t see the Google account you’d like to use, choose Use another account and enter your email address. 
  7. You’ll receive a prompt asking you to confirm that you want to sign in to twitter.com as your Google account name. Tap Confirm.

  8. Once you verify your account, your Google and Twitter accounts are connected. 

How to start using Apple SSO with an existing Twitter account

 You’ll need to be logged out of the account you’d like to access with SSO.

  1. Go to twitter.com.  
  2. Click Sign in under the question Already have an account?
  3. When you see the Sign in to Twitter prompt, choose Sign in with Apple.
  4. Enter your Apple ID and password.
  5. You’ll receive a prompt asking you to confirm that you want to sign in to twitter.com with your Apple ID. Tap Confirm.
  6. You’ll need to verify your identity to continue, and click Next.
  7. If you don’t have a phone number associated with your account, Click Choose a different verification method and follow the instructions. 
  8. Once you verify your account, your Apple and Twitter accounts are connected. 
How to disconnect your Twitter account from Google or Apple if you use SSO
  1. Navigate to Account Settings
  2. Select Security and Account Access
  3. Select Connected Accounts.
  4. Select Disconnect.
 

Prompt is requesting a password

For security reasons, certain account settings like disconnecting your SSO integration and downloading your data require you to enter a password. 

If you get a prompt asking for a password and you do not have a password because you use Google or Apple SSO, you’ll need to create a password through the “Forgot password” link or following the instructions for resetting a lost or forgotten Twitter password. 

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