If you’re a Tweetbot 3 for iPhone user with multiple Twitter accounts, you may know that you can switch between them with a tap on your avatar in the upper left corner. However, there are two other quick ways to move between accounts that don’t require showing the setup screen at all.

Quick Jump: If you tap and hold on the avatar, a smaller version of the menu will appear under your finger, showing just the avatars. You can slide your finger down to the account you want to view and the app will jump right to it.

Cycle All: If you regularly cycle through viewing your accounts, swipe from right to left on the title area (e.g., the upper middle part of the screen that says “Timeline”). Tweetbot will move from one account to the next in order, restoring the last view you were in for that account.

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