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I had retweeted something about a week ago and just now accidently clicked 'Undo Retweet' when trying to see who else had retweeted it.

Is it possible to undo an 'Undo Retweet'?

I know I could just re-retweet it now but I don't want to do that because it had date-specific content and it'd look weird retweeting something about a past 'upcoming' event. I just want to reinstate it as if I had never undone the retweet.

There was no info about this on the Twitter 'FAQs about Retweets' page.

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migrated from superuser.com May 21 '14 at 9:32

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Undoing an Undo retweet is... simply retweet. So the only way to undo that is to retweet again.

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