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. 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).
How do you know if a Twitter account is protected?
Check if your Tweets are now protected by navigating to your profile page. You should be able to see a little padlock icon next to your Twitter username, like so.
Can anyone see my protected tweets?
If your Tweets are protected, only your followers will be able to see your media in your Tweets. … Links to media shared on Twitter are not protected. Anyone with the link will be able to view the content.
Can you tweet someone with a protected account?
By protecting your Tweets (making them private), you’re telling us that you don’t want anyone to see any of your Tweets unless you’ve accepted their follow request. 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.
How do I hide my Twitter account from someone?
Under your user name, you’ll see the Privacy and Safety menu. Click on this to reveal a list of options. 4. Click “Protect your Tweets” and a pop-up will launch asking you to confirm that you want your Twitter account to be private.
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. The only way to know for sure if someone has seen your Twitter page or posts is through direct engagement — a reply, a favorite, or a retweet.
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).
Are replies to tweets public?
One of Twitter’s more powerful conversational features is @replies (or @mentions). Tweets that are @replies are public and visible to all Twitter users from your Twitter page, but they are directed specifically to one Twitter user.
Why can’t I see who retweeted 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.