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The Rewteeted of Mine page still exists for the moment but I believe the target you are looking for in the current interface is Twitter > Connect > Interactions as listed in the help center: Go to Connect in the top navigation bar. In the Interactions section you will see all activity concerning your Tweets — including which have recently been ...
The Twitter web site will only show you the Tweets (and re-Tweets) of people you are following directly. The only exception to this is if the Tweet starts with @username and you are not following username then you won't see the Tweet. So in your examples you should see Tweets 1 and 5. All the others will be hidden from you.
Yes, this happens. And you can be notified of it. In Settings, there is an "Activity related to your Retweets" section. One of the options is: My Retweets are retweeted When it happens, in your Interactions section, you will see: Person retweeted your Retweet If you have email notifications set up, you will get an email along the lines of ...
Will Y get a notification? I know it does give notification if I retweet a tweet that's been retweeted. But is it the same for favourites? Yes, the person does get a notification
Currently, there's no way to 'delete' a retweet in Tweetdeck web - you'll have to use some other twitter application or use the Undo retweet option from Twitter website.
This Greasemonkey script adds a RT link to all tweets on Twitter.com It adds the current tweet text in to to your new tweet box prefixed with RT - this will then enable you to add comments to the tweet before posting. Other third party applications have this functionality built in. For example, Seesmic Desktop 2 has a Quote option which does the same ...
You can find a list of your retweets at http://favstar.fm/users/yrizos/retweeted, there is no way to search through them and they only show the most recent tweets. A non-web solution would be to use https://github.com/sferik/t, a Twitter CLI example t retweets stackexchange Shows retweets made by user "stackexchange" or t search retweets ...
You'll want to use a third party tool like Favstar.fm
If your account isn't set to private, but it's doing that, you'd be best contacting Twitter directly about it. You can open a support ticket here. If you've only recently changed it to private, it might be one of two things, potentially: Your account hasn't finished updating and syncing between servers yet. Only new Tweets will be unprotected. (I don't ...
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