Tweets with limited visibility: There are some instances when a Tweet is unavailable to view, such as a Tweet from an account you do not follow that has protected Tweets, if the account has blocked you, the Tweet was deleted, or if the Tweet is from a deactivated account.
It means either the tweet has been deleted or unshared by the person who firstly put it there. You do not need to block or mute the account for it to happen. It is twitter who thinks either the message or tweet is offensive (in case someone reported it).
How to Fix “This Tweet is Unavailable” Issue on Twitter: 5 Ways
- Unblock The Twitter User Account. In case you realize that the unavailability message is because you have blocked the user account. …
- Request The Twitter User To Unblock You. …
- Try Sending A Follow Request. …
- Contact Twitter Support Team.
Tweets can be unavailable for a variety of reasons: they might contain a keyword that you’ve muted, an account’s tweets could be protected, or a tweet may have been deleted.
If the tweet is unavailable meaning that the Twitter user blocked you, you can reach out to them to ask them to unblock you. When they do unblock you, their content will become available to you. Since you can send them a direct message or post on their timeline, you can go through a mutual friend or follower.
What gets you Shadowbanned on Twitter?
Twitter does it because they suspect someone of spamming or breaking its policies (whatever those maybe). Generally, shadowbanning on Twitter is bucketed under three broad categories: … In a Search Suggestion shadowban, accounts don’t show up in search suggestions and search results when the account is not logged in.
Is my Twitter account Shadowbanned?
Scroll down to the search box and run a check on your account using your username. Type your username into the search box and run a check. If you can see your posts and replies, then you are not shadowbanned. You are shadowbanned if you can’t see your account, posts, and replies.