Twitter has introduced data dashboard, a tool to help monitor and manage user accounts. The dashboard shows account activation details, the devices that have accessed user accounts and recent login history.
Users who see login activity from an app they don’t recognize can now go to the apps tab in the settings section to revoke its access to their Twitter account. If users notice logins from suspicious locations, they can change passwords immediately, and can enroll in login verification for extra security. From the data dashboard, they can also manage uploaded address book contacts, and download their Twitter archive.