Twitter offers an advanced search.
After you have searched with the bar at the top (on the web version) you will see a column on the left with the words Search filters. Click on the word "show" to get to Advanced Search. Clicking on "Advanced Search" will give you many more options.
One of the options is under a heading "People" and it says "To these ...
If you don't like the promoted tweets then use an app instead. I use Tweetbot on iOS and Mac. It allows you to filter in many ways, including blocking promoted tweets. I block any number of things on Twitter and it makes the whole experience so much cleaner.
"JaneDoe" shows up in the data-related part of the tweet link. This information is used after the tweet button has been clicked to display the "suggested people to follow" prompt.
There is some more detail in the tweet button developer documentation.
Tweets from your friend whom you are following, starting with an @mention are only shown in your Timeline if you also follow the @mentioned friend. If you want everyone to see the tweet it shouldn't start with an @mention. That is why sometimes people start just with a "." > ".@mention tweet".
If you are following someone on Twitter and they tweet something you want to share with the people following you, you retweet. This reposts the tweet onto your timeline and makes it possible for your followers (who may not be following the original tweeter) to see the tweet.
If you are following someone on Twitter, they tweet something and you reply to ...
It appears that Twitter logs 2 types of retweets:
Native Retweets - which are made by users clicking the retweet button on Twitter's web app. The search parameter to filter only these would be filter:nativeretweets
App Retweets - which are made via Twitter's mobile apps and via other 3rd party Twitter applications. the search parameter to filter these would ...
This could be add-ons issue. Clear cache. Try with InPrivate window. Try to update Internet Explorer.
From Microsoft Support:
When you experience problems playing videos in Internet Explorer, these problems may be caused by a number of different issues. Most video playback uses Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight, or Java, and these platforms require ...
If your Tweets have never been public (in other words, you've always had your Tweets protected in your settings), your updates should never show up in Twitter search or other public search engines.
From Twitter Help Center:
While we may not show every Tweet in search results, here are a few reasons you may not be seeing yours:
Are you viewing ...
This is and issue with Twitter not the client. The only way to fix this is to:
( Did not say how long you have been waiting) Most likely wait it out ( it may be experience lots of traffic, therefore making it lag)
Send in a complaint letter to Twitter support.
Refresh the page (if you haven't already done so)
That's all you can really do, as I said before ...
This is currently not an option. Besides the fact that Twitter has changed over time and things like retweets are handled differently now then they were in the past, it would be nearly impossible to accurately state if a tweet was "original". You would be hard pressed yourself to come up with a rule set that could be used to determine the originality of a ...
Each conversation has its own Twitter link which can be seen by hovering over Expand/Collapse or the other similar buttons. One thing I can do is to copy paste the link in a tweet to the person I wish to send.
You can you this API call to get your own (assuming you aren't behind a protected account):
Only 200 tweets appear at a time so you'll have to keep getting the pages updated.
You cannot separate the response into users that sent the tweets, but you could store ...
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 ...