Robert_Charlton - 8:01 am on Jun 5, 2013 (gmt 0)
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I maintain a lot of Twitter accounts...some of which need to be accessed by multiple people.
I'm about to set up one of these for someone who's not very tech savvy, and I am trying to figure out easiest way, least likely to create future complications for this person... and least likely to risk losing access to the Twitter account.
Am thinking of setting up an email account on one of the mother site's alias domains just for the purpose of managing the Twitter account... but that still will require all additional users to log in and out of their own Twitter accounts when they access Twitter.
Also, how to handle the possibility of multiple users logging in at the same time from different machines? I'm sure as security measures are put in place, all sorts of anomalies will begin to set off alarms that might freeze access.
Any thoughts about safest and most efficient way to manage all this, short of multiple computers or browsers?