I am using two different twitter accounts to manage this blog on twitter, one is @iRaj_r and second one is @Technobuzz_net. But most of us aware with this fact that to create a twitter account you need a unique email ID to manage twitter account, that means you can’t use one Gmail ID to use multiple twitter accounts. So today here am sharing a new twitter tip which allows you to create multiple twitter account with one Gmail ID, yes it is possible with a simple trick.
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Unfortunately, when you trying to use the same Gmail ID to create another twitter account you get this error on the twitter page “This email is already registered.” So that means you have to enter another email id to create a new twitter account. Now with this tips you can create the account with the same Gmail ID, Don’t worry the solution is easy.
This tip will only work on Gmail ID, Gmail has a nice feature where you can create aliases. Yes, all you have to to do is enter (.) or (+)anywhere in the username. With this way you can create the aliases of your Gmail Login ID. We tested this tips in our Twitter account and it works smoothly.
In the above screenshot we are using [email protected] to create a new twitter account. After that we used the alias account ID [email protected] and the email address is accepted to create and manage the new twitter account. Also we received the confirmation email from the twitter on our alias ID [email protected] that our twitter account is created.
If your email address is: [email protected] all the below addresses are valid and will arrive to the same inbox:
What Gmail Say about the Alias IDs:– Gmail doesn’t offer traditional aliases, but you can receive messages sent to [email protected]. For example, messages sent to [email protected] are delivered to [email protected]. You can set up filters to automatically direct these messages to Trash, apply a label or star, skip the inbox, or forward to another email account.
Another method to manage multiple Twitter accounts– this process also is easy, all you have to use your Gmail ID with another domain googlemail.com. Example if your id is [email protected] then you can also use [email protected]. That means to create two twitter accounts you can use the same email ID with different domain name.