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Give someone else temporary access

I need to give someone temporary access for a day to answer questions, etc through my Twitter feed.

Aside from giving them my username/password, is there another way it can be done?
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PeterErhard
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AshutoshKumarCommented:
hi
please go through the link
https://dev.twitter.com/discussions/7662
I also agree with Taylor Singletary. You have to trust the person which you want o give them access. otherwise the solution is that after finishing your job just change the password.

Other way is that just give a device in which login you twitter account , so that it will no need to give your account id or password
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PeterErhardAuthor Commented:
It seems like it can be done through Tweet Deck but I'm confused.

There's instructions here http://www.computerworlduk.com/how-to/applications/3334470/how-to-manage-a-company-twitter-account-as-a-team/ but they're very confusing.

Has anyone done this, and able to work me through?
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AshutoshKumarCommented:
Ya, It seems like confusing.
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