Twitter notification in conjunction with server monitoring is a feature which allows users to keep track of their server's current status and receive alerts when certain parameters are met. By setting up notifications via Twitter, users can stay up to date on their server's performance in real-time, allowing for easier management and troubleshooting.
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If you would like to receive notifications via Twitter, you must follow our account (https://twitter.com/livewatch). The stored Twitter user name is then written to via Direct Message in the event of an alarm.
We currently offer the following messenger services: SMS, Mattermost, Telegram, Twitter, Slack as well as Prowl and Pushover. Further messenger providers are planned. If you need a specific provider, please contact our support.
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