I would suspect that it be setup using the URL notification feature. Likely very similar to the steps to get prowl for ios working with twine as seen in the following forum post
We wanted to get Twine in your hands as soon as we could. We're working on an update that will add:
Posting on Twitter
it should be coming soon.
from https://twine.supermechanical.com/ "This site works well with Chrome, Safari and Firefox, and we're improving support for IE9+ and mobile browsers." so if you are using IE9 or newer it sounds like they know they have some issues.
Often rechargeable are lower voltage (1.2-1.3) than their alkaline counterparts (at 1.5) and twine likely has a voltage threshold for operation around the 2.5 volt mark as much below it may not be able to work/function. The twine is rated for severa…
I believe their is a chip with a unique id on each of the sensors so the twine can identify the sensor. This is also needed as one may have multiple breakout boards with different configurations and twine knows which is which once configured. I thin…
You should be able to do it using the break out board.
They recently posted on their twine/supermechanical blog about how to use it.
Not sure if this would somehow cause problems with the data or sensing but what about extending the contact points with some plain copper wire or tape then securing it to the sensor via solder, conductive tape or clips.