Configuring Twitter to nudge you for updates
If you get busy with a project or some other time-draining commitment, you might forget to keep up your end of the Twitter conversation. Hey, it happens. If you don’t want your account to get stale and you want to avoid your mutual followers nudging you (as described in Chapter 4), then you can get Twitter to do the nudging by sending you a reminder to post.
This reminder gets sent to your mobile phone, so you’ll get it no matter where you are (assuming your
phone is on, of course).This feature is called Auto Nudge, and Twitter fires off the reminder message any time you haven’t posted for 24 hours. Follow these steps to configure Auto Nudge on your account:
1. Sign in to your Twitter account.
2. Click Settings. Your account settings appear.
3. Click the Notices tab.
4. Select the Auto Nudge check box.
5. Click Save. Twitter saves the new setting and will nudge you the moment you start to slack off.
Reference : wiley.com