Why can’t I see everyone who liked my tweet?

The Twitter users who liked your tweet have their accounts set as private. This means that all their activity on Twitter remains hidden from all that are not their followers. Only their followers can get to see.

Why won’t Twitter let me see who liked my tweet?

Why can’t i see who liked my tweet

There is only one reason why you can’t see the name of the person who liked or favorited your retweet. This happens when a user has made their profile private. If you have followed the person before they liked or retweeted, only then you can see them on the list.

How do you see everyone who liked your tweet?

Navigate to the tweet page by clicking on the tweet. This will make that tweet, and all of the replies be the only ones shown on the page. Then click the ‘X likes’ link that is under the tweet, but above the comment/retweet/like buttons. This will now show a list of public users who have liked the tweet.

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Why can’t I see all of my likes on Twitter?

Why can’t I see all my Likes on Twitter

It means if you are not seeing all of your likes then must be out of sync. If there has been no activity( reply, tweets, or retweets) on your twitter account for some time say months or years then your account will be moved to archive storage.

Why can’t I see other people’s likes on Twitter?

Twitter may display the overall engagement on a tweet, but will not reveal all the accounts that have engaged with the tweet if the accounts are private. Another reason may be that those “hidden” accounts may also have blocked you from seeing their Twitter activities, for some reason.

Can you see who likes your tweet?

If someone liked your tweet and their Twitter account is private, you won’t be able to see who they are unless they have given you permission to follow them. … Unless you’ve made your tweets private, you can see who liked your tweets by looking in your Twitter notifications.

How can I see my like history on Twitter?

You can view the Tweets you’ve liked from your profile page by clicking or tapping into the Likes tab. Click or tap the like icon and it will turn red, confirming that you’ve liked the Tweet.

Is there a limit for likes on Twitter?

The fact is, Twitter doesn’t appear to have any stated limitations on the number of likes you can make in a day, week, or year.

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How many likes do I have on Twitter?

To find the total number of likes of any tweet, click or tap on the tweet. Under the tweet text, you’ll see a number next to a heart icon. That number represents the number of likes the tweet received.

How do you see all interactions on Twitter?

Go to Streams , and then go to a Twitter stream. Select the Twitter account name or avatar from a stream, assignment, or notification, and then select the Interactions tab. All interactions between the selected profile and that Twitter account appear in chronological order.

How do you tell if you’ve been muted on Twitter?

Recommended. 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.