You can send users directly to https://twitter.com/account/geo which is
mobile friendly.

http://blog.abrah.am/2010/04/little-known-twitter-and-twitterapi.html

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On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 01:08, Francis Chong <siu.y...@gmail.com> wrote:

> We are developing an twitter app with geotagging.
>
> From the Twitter "Geotagging API Best Practices"
> http://twitter.com/account/settings/geo
> , we noted user can enable or disable geotagging from their account.
> If the setting is disabled, we should redirect user to geo setting
> page.
>
> The problem is when user try to open the page
> http://twitter.com/account/settings/geo
> (mobile geo setting URL), and if user has not login to twitter.com,
> they will be redirected to mobile.twitter.com.
>
> After user logged in, they are sent to their timeline. There are no
> way they can find the geo setting page there -- unless they try to
> enable the desktop version of the page and manually open the setting
> page, which is not very user friendy.
>
> Any hint how we can do to improve this issue? or is this a bug on
> twitter homepage that could be fixed?
>
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