Twitter have just released a very useful tool to let multiple team members handle your social media account.
Called TweetDeck Teams, the feature lets you give access to your Twitter account, without sharing your password.
You can delegate access to as many people as you like, and remove accounts when they no longer need access.
Twitter started rolling the feature out last week on web, Chrome and Windows .
You simply log in to TweetDeck, click the accounts menu, and type the name of the person you want to share access with.
It works much like admin authorisation for Facebook groups – as you can choose what level of access people have.
Admins can perform all the normal activities like tweeting, making lists, and following accounts, as well as being able to review the team, and add or remove team members.
Contributors can also tweet, but can’t add or remove team members.
Watch the short video instruction below, and find out more here.