Whilst there used to be a specific page dedicated to this "Retweeted of Mine" - this no longer exists.
The twitter help specifies:
Your Tweets that others have retweeted:
Go to Notifications in the top navigation bar. In the Notifications section you will see all activity concerning your Tweets — including which have recently been ...
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
From the web app:
Go to Settings (found by clicking on your profile icon)
Click Web notifications from the sidebar on the left
Check or uncheck the notifications you want to see or not see as needed
In this case it would be to uncheck:
My Tweets are retweeted
My Tweets are marked as favorites
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.
You can retweet your own posts and replies. If you want to both reply to a thread so that your reply stays within the thread and make sure that your reply shows up on your followers' timelines, you can retweet your own reply after you've posted it so that it shows up.
So step 1: Write your reply. Step 2: Retweet your own reply. Step 3: Have it show up in ...
No, the retweeter won't get a notification if you like it from the authors timeline, they will only get a notification if you like it from the retweeters timeline (since it's an action on their activity).
I think that the @ is added by Twitter (because it is actually replaced by a hyperlink). I have gone through many recipes and played around with adding apostrophes and quotes - nothing seems to have worked.
In the end I created my own recipe, Publish retweet with @.
In place of Twitter, I am using buffer.com to publish. Buffer allows me to publish the ...
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 ...