How do you stalk a private twitter account?

The only way is to use another someone else’s Twitter account, where the said account has to be following the subject account, and you’d seek their permission to use their Twitter account to ‘stalk’ the private account.

How can I view a protected Twitter account?

Takeaways for Those Who Said TL;DR

  1. There is no trick to view protected tweets of other users.
  2. The best way is to ask their permission via email or a mutual follower.
  3. If someone has access to an account, they can send you screenshots.
  4. Third-party websites are all scammer.

Can private Twitter accounts be searched?

When you protect your Tweets

Protected Tweets will not appear in third-party search engines (like Google search). Your protected Tweets will only be searchable on Twitter by you and your followers.

Can someone tell if you stalk them on Twitter?

Simply put, no. There is no way for a Twitter user to know exactly who views their Twitter or specific tweets; there’s no Twitter search for that kind of thing.

How do you know who stalks you on Twitter?

It’s not possible to find out who is vising your profile on Twitter. Unlike LinkedIn, which gives you the option to view who clicks on your profile, Twitter does not offer this feature. The only way you can tell if someone has even seen your tweets is through direct interaction.

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Do you get notified if a private account likes your tweet?

No they will not get the notification unless they opted for email updates about actions on their Twitter account. Or they can count number of likes and see how many they received, click on your icon but they will reach private Twitter profile, but it is not push up notification.

How can I see old private tweets?

Login to your Twitter account, and go to Twitter’s advanced search page.

  1. Under the “People” subheading, enter your username (with no “@”) into the “From these accounts” field:
  2. Under “Dates,” select start and end dates for your search:
  3. Click “Search,” and Twitter should return a list of top tweets from that period: