Go to https://twitter.com/who_to_follow/import and point to that Gmail account. Voila! Those IDs registered with the imported contacts will be identified.
How do I find out what my username is on Twitter?
Your username –– also known as your handle –– begins with the “@” symbol, is unique to your account, and appears in your profile URL. Your username is used to log in to your account, and is visible when sending and receiving replies and Direct Messages. People can also search for you by your username.
How do I recover my Twitter account without username?
I cannot remember the username I used.
Use your account email address and password to log into Twitter. If your password is not working, request a new password by entering your email address in our reset form. If our system cannot find your email address, you may be entering the wrong one.
How do I find my old Twitter usernames?
Login to your Twitter account, and go to Twitter’s advanced search page.
- Under the “People” subheading, enter your username (with no “@”) into the “From these accounts” field:
- Under “Dates,” select start and end dates for your search:
- Click “Search,” and Twitter should return a list of top tweets from that period:
How do I find old Twitter retweets?
Go to Twitter Advanced Search . Enter the “From these accounts” icon under “People” and type your username. Use the pop-up calendar tool and select the date range of the tweets you are looking for.
How do I find my Twitter archive?
On the Twitter for iOS or Android app:
- Tap the navigation menu icon to access the main menu.
- Tap Settings and privacy.
- Select Account.
- Tap Your Twitter data under Data and permissions.
- Confirm your password, then tap Request archive.
Why does my old Twitter name show up?
Even if you change your username replies sent to the old username will still show the old username. Twitter may show that it is reply to the original tweet which will still show you are the author but once tweets are sent they cannot be modified.
How do I find tweets from a specific person?
For those with access, when you navigate to a user’s profile, you’ll see a search icon in the top right corner of the screen on the user’s profile banner, next to the three-dot menu. Then, you can type in keywords to search the user’s tweets.
How do I see all my retweets on Twitter?
On the mobile app click on the tweet. It will open up full screen. Then where it says the number of retweets, click on that and you’ll see everyone who retweeted.
How can I see all my tweets without retweets?
Enter the Twitter account into the “from account” field and make sure the “include retweet” check box at the bottom is unchecked. Search and then it returns all tweets from the account without any retweets included.