The best thing about seeing a tweet catch fire on social media is reading snarky comments from people retweeting the tweet and adding their own pricks, also known as a quote reply or a quote retweet. Unfortunately, Twitter doesn't offer a one-click solution that takes you directly to a page to see all of the quoted answers.
You can tag a bot like Quoted Replies in a reply to the original tweet, which will then generate a link, but that means letting everyone know you're lurking around a certain tweet. Not ideal. While there are other ways to get the job done, here is one of the easiest ways to search and find all the quoted replies and retweets for a particular tweet.
2. Copy that 19-digit string at the end of the tweet URL.
If you use Twitter for iPhone or Android, you can also click the share icon (the icon to the right of the heart icon). When a list of options appears, tap Copy link to tweet .
3. On the Twitter home screen click the magnifying glass Search icon.
4. In the search bar, type url: and then paste the string of numbers you copied in step 1.
If you are on Android or iPhone and you have copied the link to the tweet, paste that link and delete everything except the 19-digit string at the end. Then type url: at the front of those numbers.
Tip: You may sometimes see a question mark at the end of that 19-digit string, followed by more letters, numbers, and symbols. Remove that too or your search will not work the way you want it to.
5. Now press enter and – bada-bing! – you can browse all the sneaky answers and your heart longs.
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