Social media has been one of the prime facets of our social life and, at times, defines the true YOU. Knowing who follows you on social media and who engages with you can prove to be very valuable information. With Twitter being one of the best microblogging sites, this can be all the more important to know who engages with you on the platform.
But, can you see who views your Twitter timeline or profile? No. Simply put, there is no way you can see who views your Twitter content like your Twitter profile, your timeline, or your specific tweets. But you can find direct engagement such as a tweet directed to you, a DM, or a favorite.
Let’s discuss this in detail…
- 1 Can you see who views your Twitter?
- 2 What about the apps and extensions that claim to let you find who views you on Twitter?
- 3 Can Twitter Analytics tell you who viewed your tweets and profile?
- 4 The Recap
- 5 FAQs
Can you see who views your Twitter?
No, there is no way you can see who views your Twitter. That also means no other person can see what you are viewing, either.
This is done to safeguard users’ privacy on Twitter. Except for the individual activities that each one of us allows, there is nothing public on Twitter.
More so, if someone has set their profile to Private, no one among the general public will have any access to whatever Twitter activities the person has been up to.
What about the apps and extensions that claim to let you find who views you on Twitter?
There are many browser extensions and apps that claim to help you find who views you on Twitter … But all those browser extensions and apps are fake.
Twitter does not have an algorithm that can make it possible to find the information on who viewed your profile. So there is no way for apps or extensions to retrieve the information on who viewed your specific tweets or even your profile.
The best these apps and extensions can do is to scoop your data. They can be huge data breachers and can steal your data to share with other third-party data collectors.
You can find who views you on Twitter through the use of specific extensions. But, it comes with a caveat. You can only view who viewed you on Twitter if both of you use the same extension.
That is the maximum extent that these tools, extensions, and apps can work. Some extensions can also tell you that someone followed or unfollowed you, but they cannot tell you the exact profile name.
Can Twitter Analytics tell you who viewed your tweets and profile?
Twitter Analytics can provide you enough information on how your tweets perform with your audience.
However, it can only share the data on how many people viewed your specific tweets but not the profile of users who viewed you on Twitter. It will also let you know how many of them engaged with your tweet and visited any additional content. But, even Twitter Analytics will not share who views you on Twitter.
Twitter Analytics is a great tool for analyzing the campaigns that you run on Twitter. The concept is widely used by brands and companies to ascertain their campaigns’ success, and reach.
If you are a general user, these statistics from Twitter Analytics will not be of much use, especially if you are trying to use it to find who viewed you on Twitter. The tool is not designed to work in that way.
Put in simple words; you cannot see who views you on Twitter. Similarly, no one will know which tweets you checked from your account. Except in the case of a direct engagement in the form of a retweet, a mention, a direct message, there is no way you can find who views your Twitter profile or even your tweets.
We would recommend not to go with the third-party apps and extensions that promise to help you see who views you on Twitter. Many of them are fake and may steal your data.
Can you see who views your tweets on Twitter?
No, you cannot see who views your tweets on Twitter. Twitter Analytics can provide you info on the extent of engagement of your specific tweets. However, you would not get information on who viewed your tweets even on Twitter Analytics.
Can you see who views your Twitter videos?
Twitter has recently started showing the view counts on videos. But, you will only get a view count on your videos. There is no way to find who viewed the videos. You can find the total number of views just below the video.
Can someone tell if you’re stalking them on Twitter?
There is no way someone can find out if someone is stalking them on Twitter, unless there is a direct engagement of some sort.
Can someone see if you have Googled their Twitter account?
Neither Twitter nor Google has any mechanism to reveal this type of information. You cannot find any legal tools to find you have been looking for your Twitter account through Google or any other search engine. Since Twitter does not let you know who views your Twitter profile or tweets, there is no way you will be able to find if someone googles your Twitter account.