Twitter rolls out a simple way to share access to Twitter accounts without the need to share passwords. Introducing the TweetDeck Teams, the features that enables users to delegate access to as many people as they like, or remove accounts that they no longer need.
TweetDeck comes in two type roles. First is the Admin where users can tweet, create lists, follow or unfollow accounts, send Tweets, schedule Tweets, add or remove team members and view the team.
The second role is the constributors. This allows users to act as the account, they can tweet, create lists, follow or unfollow accounts, send Tweets and schedule Tweets. However, they cannot add or remove team memers and they do not have an access to the account outside of TweetDeck.
The TweetDeck Teams also required login verification instead of the password. This will further secure your account by making sure that only you and your teammate can access it.