If there is an influential tweet, you can see what people are saying about it by reading the response thread. But what about quote tweets, or tweets that someone has posted on their own timeline that quotes the first tweet? These are not shown in response threads, but there is a way to find them.
Finding quote tweets can come in handy in many ways. First, viewing the number of times a particular tweet has been quoted gives you a general idea of how people think about the transferred idea ̵
Search for quoted tweets
Open your Twitter app and find the tweet you want to see quote tweets for. Tap the share icon below it, which looks like a box with an arrow on it on the iPhone or three dots connected by lines on Android. From there choose "Copy link to Tweet" in the menu.
Next, collapse your keyboard and tap the search tab at the bottom of the screen, press then long on the search bar and select & # 39; Paste & # 39 ;. Then delete the "? S = 19" at the end of the URL that you just pasted. Finally, tap the search button or enter the key on your keyboard and all people who tweeted that message will appear in the search results.
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