How to fix Twitter’s lack of focus

ESPN Credentials is the first step to becoming a writer.

With more than 200,000 Twitter followers, you can’t just read, tweet or reply.

You have to get on a platform, read and respond.

And it’s been a while since Twitter has taken the next step.

That’s where Twitter’s new, more-than-a-year-old Credential is heading.

Credentials are one of the key features Twitter will be launching in the coming weeks.

For those of you unfamiliar with the concept, it’s a program that enables writers to have their content reviewed by other people, and it’s available to users in more than 50 languages.

The new feature is a major departure from Twitter’s previous approach, which was to give a writer’s Twitter handle as a login for their account.

The company said at the time it was “a great way to connect with a broader audience of people,” but in the past it had a much harder time getting its writers on Twitter.

It wasn’t until this year that Twitter finally made it easier for writers to get Credentrics.

Now, you simply have to login to Twitter and click on the “Credential” tab at the top of the screen.

If you have an existing Twitter account, you’ll be prompted to update your credentials.

This is where you fill out a profile that includes your Twitter handle, your bio and your LinkedIn connections.

Once you’ve done that, you should see the Twitter credentials in the “My Account” section.

If the account you have is one that doesn’t already have credentials, you won’t have to do anything.

If your account has credentials, Twitter will ask you for one.

Once you’re signed into Twitter, you will see an “Edit” button, which you can click to remove or add your Credency as well as your bio.

Then, you’re good to go.

You can even edit your bio right now if you want to.

This doesn’t mean that you’ll have to wait until you’re logged into Twitter to do your thing.

The “Coffee” app will let you do just that, and Twitter will notify you of any updates to your profile.

The changes Twitter is making for writers are pretty obvious, and they should be obvious to Twitter users.

The new Credens will give you access to a much wider range of services, including the company’s new subscription service, which is currently free to sign up.

For example, if you’re a writer on the site for a sports outlet, Twitter has access to all of their content.

You’ll be able to get exclusive tweets from your friends, follow and retweet other writers and even post tweets from others in your timeline.

The company is also working on a subscription service for writers that will offer a much higher rate than what it offers now, which means that your subscription will be cheaper than before.

This could mean that writers who want to get paid will pay less per tweet.

This may be the case for the new Credo as well, which has a higher subscription price.

The Credenza app will be available in the App Store, Google Play and Apple’s App Store in the next few weeks.

We’ll be sure to update you as soon as we get a release date.