Twitter is now showing everyone how many views your tweets get


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25 Maj 2019
Twitter announced that view counts for tweets are now visible on iOS and Android and that they’ll be coming soon to the web (I’ve already started to see them there). The feature lets you see how many times someone has looked at your tweet, or anyone else’s, though there are a few exceptions that we’ll cover in just a moment
When you’re in the app, you now see view counters alongside the number of comments, retweets, and likes. According to
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, not every tweet will have a visible view count.
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tweets, and “older” tweets won’t have the data available.

As for what counts as a view, it seems like basically any time your tweet shows up on someone’s screen (even if it's your own). Twitter says:
Anyone who views your Tweet counts as a view, regardless of where they see your Tweet (e.g. Home, Search, Profiles, Tweets embedded in articles, etc.) or whether or not they follow you. Even an author looking at their own Tweet counts as a view.
It also adds that looking at a tweet from the web, then looking at it on your phone would count as two views.
When the feature initially started rolling out on Wednesday night, it was significantly more limited — one of my colleagues who got it early said he could only see view counts on his own tweets and only after clicking into them. That wasn’t particularly groundbreaking — you’ve long been able to
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and see how many “impressions” your tweets were getting. And while it did put the analytics more in your face, the version showing up on Thursday that shows you everyone’s view counter gives us much more information than we had before.

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