Fleets-related Tweets Share intimate, in-the-moment views with your followers that are not subject to public comment. By clicking into their fleets and touching on the "Seen By" text at the bottom, fleet writers may see who watches their fleets, including accounts with protected Tweets. This information is available only to fleet writers during this time.
If they choose, they can also view this information for each person.
By clicking into their fleets and touching on the "seen by" phrase at the bottom, fleet writers may see who views their fleets, including accounts with protected tweets. They can also click this button to report suspicious activity as spam or abuse.
The system will display information about the number of sightings by each user along with which cities they are in. If you want to see who has been viewing your fleets in real time, check out our dashboard for that info: http://bit.ly/1UvK6b9
You can also view this information via Twitter. Just follow @fleetwatchdog and tap into its intelligence stream.
Fleet watchers often use this feature to show support to their favorite fleet members. If someone catches your eye, go ahead and follow them back to find out more about them!
Finally, users can touch upon photos and videos they find interesting. These items will then be added to their main line up showing other users who look interesting too.
This feature was first introduced in February 2013. It has since been praised for improving the experience of using Twitter as it allows users to interact with people who might not otherwise catch their attention.
Twitter allows you to publish up to 280 characters per tweet. There is currently no feature for likes, public retweets, or responses. You can see who saw your fleets, just like on Instagram. By tapping on "Seen By" at the boom of their fleets, fleet owners may see who saw their fleets. This only works if they have enabled this feature.
People who have access to fleets can view your fleets in two ways: if they follow you, your fleets will display in the new bar across the top of your home timeline; and if they don't follow you, your fleets will appear in the new bar across the top of their home timeline. Anyone who can see your tweets may see your fleets by tapping on your profile photo. You can also make specific individuals or groups able to view your fleets by following the instructions below.
Fleet authors can safeguard their fleets in the same way as they protect their tweets. Users cannot view another user's seen status through the API unless they are following or mentioned the original author.
Users cannot delete seen-by reports, but they can hide them by clicking the hidden icon next to the Seen By field.
By glancing beneath a post, users may see who has viewed their fleet. They can tap on someone's avatar to see what they have posted since their last visit to Twitter. The fleets of an account may also be found by visiting their profile page.
You can see who saw your fleets, just like on Instagram. By tapping on "Seen By" at the boom of their fleets, fleet owners may see who saw their fleets.