Question: How do you find a quote from a tweet?

How can I see quote tweets of someone else’s tweet?

Here’s what you need to do to see all the quotes of a certain user’s tweets:

  1. Open up your web browser and go to Twitter.
  2. Find the user whose quoted tweets you’d like to see. Copy their Twitter account link. …
  3. Paste the link in Twitter’s search bar. Now you can see all the tweets that quote any of the user’s tweets.

How do you copy a twitter quote?

2. Go to A’s tweet and click reply, write your comment (optional but recommended), and paste the link to the tweet of B that you copied in step 1. To continue the example above, go to your cousin’s tweet and click reply (1st icon below the tweet that is shaped like a call out). Now paste the link you copied.

What is a quote tweet on twitter?

A quote tweet is a retweet with an added comment that allows you to add your own spin on the retweet while still giving the original post-exposure. It’s a great way to share other people’s content while supporting them and putting a little twist on it that’s all your own.

Is a quote tweet a mention?

When you retweet a tweet on Twitter you have the option to add some commentary to the tweet you are retweeting. This is a “Quote tweet.”

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How do you find a hidden quote from a tweet?

How to see quoted replies and retweets on Twitter

  1. Go to the original tweet, and look at the URL in your browser’s address bar.
  2. Copy the 19-digit string of numbers at the end of the tweet’s URL.
  3. Back on your Twitter Home screen, click the magnifying glass Search icon.

Why can’t I see who quoted your tweet?

If someone with a private Twitter account quoted your tweet, you won’t see it unless you follow that person. If you don’t see a Quote Tweets option below your tweet, nobody has quoted your tweet. You can still click or tap Retweets to see a list of people who’ve retweeted your tweet without adding their own thoughts.