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Old 07-25-2016, 02:42 PM   #1
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Question A Twitter detail: head sentences

This is not an usual network thread, but I guess it is the most appropriate forum for it around, and someone around here should know what I do not. If General is better, please move it there, or tell me - then I post there, erase here.

What does it mean when a Twitter account has written in the top of the page something¹ in bold like "Your history is almost ready".

¹ Something similar is possible for you because what I put here is my English translation of the Portuguese sentence "Seu histórico está quase pronto", and may be in other languages as well, depending on your account area. What appears in the top of the Twitter page at my phone² are some icons and below them two sentences like "Your history is almost ready. At the moment, you are following N accounts". Again, I want to know the reason for the first sentence, and possibly a way to get rid of it.

² The URL with the problem is . The normal one does not have this sentence, as I checked now.

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