As of October 2016, Twitter have updated their display requirements, relating to live and Out Of Home (OOH) events.

The following changes have been made to display options to adhere to Twitter's requirements:

- The option to show screen name and real name has been removed. Both names will now appear at all times.

- The option to show the Twitter (and other social media logos) in different colours has now been removed. You can choose to display logos in white or their original colour versions. 

- Users have the option to display or hide a post's avatar and/or timestamp.

- All existing outputs will automatically update with the new display requirements. e.g if the Twitter logo was displayed in green, it will automatically switch to the default white. 

For a more detailed look in to the Do's and Dont's with displaying Twitter content, please view the article Twitter Display Requirements here.