- Can you tell if someone has muted you on twitter?
- Can someone see my tweets if they don’t follow me?
- Why don’t I see tweets from everyone I follow?
- How do I control who sees my tweets?
- Who sees my tweets if I have no followers?
- Can you hide tweets from a certain person?
- Why can I not DM someone on twitter?
- Should I use my real name on twitter?
- What happens when you tweet someone directly?
- Can people see if you look at their twitter?
- How do you follow someone on Twitter without them knowing?
- What does a private twitter account look like?
- When you reply to a tweet can everyone see it?
- When you send a tweet who sees it?
Can you tell if someone has muted you on twitter?
It’s done by opening up Tweetdeck and making a “Home” column for the person you suspect has muted you.
If you don’t appear in there, then you’re muted — you can do a tweet to be sure..
Can someone see my tweets if they don’t follow me?
No. If they go to your page https://twitter.com/yourtwittername all they will see is your name, bio, and link. If they then try to follow you, you’ll get a notification that someone wants to follow you and you’ll have to approve the request before they see your tweets.
Why don’t I see tweets from everyone I follow?
If you received a notification from Twitter alerting you to a new follower, but don’t see that person later in your followers list, it’s likely that account was hidden for spam activity, unfollowed you, or deactivated their account.
How do I control who sees my tweets?
If you prefer to prevent certain people from seeing your tweets without unfollowing them, enable the Protect My Tweets feature to make your tweets private. When you protect your tweets, users must request to follow you, and only those you approve can view your tweets.
Who sees my tweets if I have no followers?
Your protected Tweets will only be searchable on Twitter by you and your followers. Replies you send to an account that isn’t following you will not be seen by that account (because only your followers will see your Tweets).
Can you hide tweets from a certain person?
To hide a tweet, tap on the menu arrow in the upper right corner of the tweet, then choose the new ‘Hide reply’ option on the menu that appears. In addition to hiding the tweet, Twitter will prompt the user to choose whether they would like to block the people who shared the hidden tweet.
Why can I not DM someone on twitter?
That’s because they have turned off their message option for all unfollowers. This is why you can DM someone who you may not be following but you can’t DM others because their message settings prevent you from messaging them. Even if you follow such people, you can’t message them unless they allow you to message them.
Should I use my real name on twitter?
Twitter does not enforces the use of your real name on their service, so you don’t need to use it on this social network at all. … If you cross-post something with your FB/IG account in which your real name is used, and that goes to your Twitter account, you could be named whatever and you just revealed yourself.
What happens when you tweet someone directly?
If you want to tweet someone a message that only they will be able to see, you can send them a “direct message,” or DM. This message will not show up in your profile, and will not show up in their feed—it will show up under their message page (pointed out below).
Can people see if you look at their twitter?
Simply put, no. There is no way for a Twitter user to know exactly who views their Twitter or specific tweets. The only way to know for sure if someone has seen your Twitter is through direct engagement — a reply, a favorite or a retweet.
How do you follow someone on Twitter without them knowing?
If you use a feed reader such as Google Reader, you can subscribe to the RSS feed of the twitter user you want to “follow”. Basically, it’ll be like visiting their Twitter page, but you won’t show up as a “follower” on Twitter. Put them on a private list. You can then just visit the list to see their tweets.
What does a private twitter account look like?
When a Twitter account is private and you’re not following it, you can see: The header. … When the person joined Twitter. The tweets, followers, following, likes/favorites counts (you can’t open these, though).
When you reply to a tweet can everyone see it?
If your Tweets are protected and you send a reply or mention, only those you’ve approved to view your Tweets will ever be able to see them. If you want to send Tweets such as mentions or replies to people who are not following you, unprotect your Tweets to make them public.
When you send a tweet who sees it?
If you start a tweet with @username, it’s a reply. And will only be seen by the person you replied to and people who are following both of you. Nobody else will see it in their stream (although it will show up on your profile page and in Twitter search).