How To View Replies Sent to Someone Else on Twitter?
By on July 27th, 2009

Replies in are usually messages that include a @username text in a tweet, however by default users can view replies to themselves and in some cases replies to someone else sent by someone in your follower list.

But how do you track replies that are sent out to a person other than you? Well there is very simple way to do that.

For example if you want to track the reply sent to my account @keithdsouza or our friendly RSS feed robot @techiebuzzer here are some simple steps.

Step 1: Go to http://search.twitter.com.

Step 2: In the search box just enter @username, in our example either @keithdsouza or @techiebuzzer.

search_replies_on_twitter

Step 3: Once you hit the search button, you will see all the replies sent to the user you are searching for.

Pretty simple right.

Tags: , , ,
Author: Keith Dsouza Google Profile for Keith Dsouza
I am the editor-in-chief and owner of Techie Buzz. I love coding and have contributed to several open source projects in the past. You can know more about me and my projects by visiting my Personal Website. I am also a social networking enthusiast and can be found active on twitter, you can follow Keith on twitter @keithdsouza. You can click on my name to visit my Google+ profile.

Keith Dsouza has written and can be contacted at keith@techie-buzz.com.
  • Victoria

    That's cool and all, until you want to see what you've tweeted to celebrities. I sure don't want to surf through all of their replies.

  • Emily

    Thank you SOO much! This worked perfectly. Exactly what I was looking for!!! :)

  • http://twitter.com/minusthebars don

    Interesting. Thanks for sharing, it might come in handy one day.

  • https://blu143.mail.live.com Tracy

    Hi,This isn’t exactly what I’m looking for! I’m trying to find out how to see MY replies to someone elses tweet! Someone tweets on their profile, I answer/ “reply” but I cannot SEE what I wrote! I can see what everyone else has replied but not my own! Why is this and is there a way to change it? Thanks!

 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN