Quick Answer: Why can’t I see all the likes on my tweet?

The Twitter users who liked your tweet have their accounts set as private. This means that all their activity on Twitter remains hidden from all that are not their followers. Only their followers can get to see.

Why can’t I see all the likes on a tweet?

If you are unable to see everyone who liked your tweet it means there may be some locked users who liked your tweet. Locked users have set their profiles to Private. You can only see any kind of interactions (tweets, replies, Likes, retweets, quoted replies) from them if already follow them.

How do you see all your likes on Twitter?

Go to your profile by tapping on your profile picture and selecting the “Profile” section. By default, you’ll land on your tweets tab. Hit the “Likes” tab to see all your liked tweets.

Why can I only see some likes on Twitter?

It’s people you don’t follow. You can only see if people you followed liked your tweet. If you follow a private account, you would be able to see if they liked the tweet. Once a company whose account was public liked or retweeted my post and I couldn’t see it was them.

How can I see my old liked tweets?

Simply click on the tweet whose likes you want to search. Then, click on the Likes tab under the tweet. Doing that you will be able to see the names and pictures of all those who have liked the tweet.

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How many total likes do I have on Twitter?

How do I see the total likes over time? To find the total number of likes of any tweet, click or tap on the tweet. Under the tweet text, you’ll see a number next to a heart icon. That number represents the number of likes the tweet received.