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The World Cup Starter Kit on Twitter

If you have a Twitter account and you also enjoy watching the World Cup games, this is a feature you should totally get advantage of.



What’s the World Cup Starter Kit on Twitter?


Well, it’s been out there only for a few hours, and you can check it out yourself once you log in to Twitter. You will see a bar across your news feed inviting you to unlock some new World Cup features, click accept and this is what you get.




To get started with, Twitter will ask you to choose a side, meaning the team you support, probably your country. Once you choose, Twitter will show you a list of images to choose from, that indicate the team you’re fan of. You can either pick one of the suggested ones or upload your own.




Twitter will then suggest some accounts for you to follow, like teams, players and brands, so you can get all the news and info you need, according to the team you chose to support. This is a great feature if you enjoy live tweeting (who doesn’t?).



As a last step, Twitter will prepare a Word Cup tweet for you to support your team and invite others to use the World Cup Starter Kit.



Twitter seems to know its power as a social network, especially when it comes to real time reporting and big events, like the World Cup. It is also very clear that this lovely social platform tries to approach and lure new users into joining, by making its features, like following accounts, more easy for the newbies to understand and get used to.

So enjoy! May the best team win, and the best tweets get the most shares!

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