Is it possible to find the most liked tweet from a public Twitter account? For example, what is the most liked @StackOverflow tweet?


Pop your handle into Social Bearing's Twitter Handle Search: Found Here. A dashboard should come up with all their tweets.

enter image description here Click on the button which say's "Sort tweets by..." and Select "Favourites (high to low)"

You can similarly use this method to find any of the following

  • Items by order of retweets
  • Items by order of favorites
  • Items by order of engagement
  • Items by order of sentiment

This method works for any public twitter handle for up to 3200 tweets.

  • That worked perfectly! You may want to cross-post this answer to "Get most retweeted tweets of a account", as the accepted answer only works for accounts the user owns. – Stevoisiak May 11 '17 at 1:32
  • Alternatively, I could modify this question into the more general "Find the most liked/retweeted tweet on an account" – Stevoisiak May 11 '17 at 1:35
  • I have cross-posted the answer to the thread you mentioned, but I agree these two threads should be merged, but we will need to wait for an administrator to come online to do so. – SleepingGod May 11 '17 at 1:40
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    It's not really the same question, it just turns out to have the same answer. I think having the answer on both is okay, but in general, if they are in fact duplicates, please mark them as such. – jonsca May 11 '17 at 1:50
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    The sorting applies only to the tweets currently loaded in view (which are the latest 200 by default). So before sorting, one must do "load more" at the end of the page several times (up to 16). – Nicola Sap Feb 28 at 14:10

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