Can Others See Who I Follow On Twitter

Your Quick Answer: 

If you’re wondering if other users can see your Following list, is only if your Twitter account is public.

If you are using a PC, go to your Profile and tap the Following option to see the list.

For the Twitter app, click on the profile icon, tap Following, and open the list.

To maintain a chronological order for your Following list, create another list and add people.

Scrolling to the bottom shortcuts is only applicable to the Twitter web, not to the app. Either press the Spacebar, tap the Scroll Wheel, and downward the arrow to scroll fast.

Your followers on Twitter can see your tweets, likes, followers, and the following list, retweets, profile picture, bio (if there is one), etc.

There are some ways to tell who unfollowed you on Twitter.

Can People See Who I Follow On Twitter:

Yes, any person can see another user’s Followers and Following list. But you can do that only if their Twitter account is public.

If they change their Twitter Settings and make their Twitter account private, they will not be able to access the Followers and Following list of the user.

Only the people who follow you can see your Followers and Following list for the private Twitter accounts. 

How to See the Following List on Twitter:

The way you will see your Following list is the same as when you want to see others’ Following lists. To see your Following list from PC and the app, follow the below steps. 

⭐️ From PC:

Step 1: Open Twitter

Open Twitter on your browser and enter into the official login page Twitter. Then you will get a lot of login options like using the Phone number, email ID, or an Apple account. If you have an existing account, then log in with that account; otherwise, sign up for a new account. 

Step 2: Go to Profile

After logging in to your account, you will default enter the Twitter Home page, where you can see all the recent tweets, retweets, and all. Now at the left of the screen, you can see a list of icons. Tap on the second last option, your ‘Profile’ avatar icon, and enter your profile page.

Click on Profile Icon

Step 3: Tap on ‘Following’

On your Profile page, you can see, below your username, there it is shown your joining month and year. Just below that, you can see the Followers and Following options. Click on the ‘Following’ option and enter the section. 

Click on Following

Step 4: See the list of People

After entering the section, you will get two sections, ‘Followers’ and ‘Following’. You can see the list and find people from here by scrolling down manually or pressing the Spacebar.

Remember that the order of the ‘Followers’ and ‘Following’ is not maintained, so you must be careful when finding someone’s account. 

See the list of People

⭐️ From App:

Step 1: Open Twitter

If you are using Twitter on mobile, open the app, enter your login credentials, and log in to your Twitter account. If you are among those who have not used Twitter before, open the Google Play Store (for iPhone, open the App Store) and download the application. If you are a new Twitter joiner, sign up for a new account and log in. 

Step 2: Go to Profile

When you have completed login progress, after that, you will be on your Twitter Home Page. Now you have to go to your Profile; for that, click on your profile icon from the top left corner and select the first option, ‘Profile’. In this way, you will enter your Twitter Profile page.

Click on Profile Icon Twitter
Tap on Profile

Step 3: Tap on ‘Following’

After entering the Profile page, you can see your username, date of birth, and joining month of Twitter; these things are mentioned over there, and just below your date of birth, you can see two options: the number of ‘Following’ and the number of ‘Followers’. Click on the ‘Following’ option. 

Tap on 'Following'

Step 4: See the list of People

When you tap on the ‘Following’ option, a new window will open where you can see the list of the Twitter accounts that you are following. If you want to find any particular person, you must scroll up the page and find his account because the ‘Following’ list does not maintain chronological order. 

See the list of People

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Why is The Twitter Following List is Not in Order?

Twitter does not follow the chronological order in the ‘Followers’ and ‘Following’ lists. Its algorithm is created in a way that, in most cases, the accounts you follow the latest will be shown at the top of the list. To maintain the order, you can create a list and add people there in chronological order, which may solve your issue. 

2. How to Scroll to the Bottom of Twitter Followers?

If you are using Twitter on mobile, you have no option; you must scroll up manually to reach the bottom of the list. But if you are using Twitter on a PC, open the list and click the Spacebar on your keyboard; it will help you scroll first. You can also tap the Scroll Wheel of the mouse and set the cursor down to the page, which will help you quickly reach the bottom of the list.

3. What Can My Followers See on Twitter?

On Twitter, the followers can see which tweet you like, which tweet you reply to, the tweets you post, the list of people you follow, and the people who follow you. They can not see the search history of your account.

If you are the type of person who loves to share their information on social media like profile photo, biography, location, and website, your followers can also get this information. It happens when your account is public, but if it is private, only people who follow you can see what you get up to on Twitter. 

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