How To Know Who Unfollowed You On Twitter

How To Know Who Unfollowed You On Twitter
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Twitter Inc (NASDAQ:TWTR) is a fantastic way to stay in touch with your family, friends and rest of the world. Expressing yourself in 140 characters can be a challenge and that’s exactly why many people love Twitter. Furthermore, you can even stay in touch with latest news, gossips, celebrities and more with the help of Twitter.

When it comes to using the social network, there are two important things to keep in mind: how many followers you’ve got and who unfollowed you. Unfollowing is pretty common and you shouldn’t really be worried about it, but  it is an interesting exercise to find out who unfollowed you on Twitter. The good news is there’s a web app that will help you find out who unfollowed you, and if you want to, then you can unfollow that person directly from the app.

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Know who unfollowed you on Twitter with

Step 1: Visit and click on the “Twitter Signin” button fon the home page. You’ll now need to authorize the app to use your Twitter account. To do this, enter your Twitter username, password and click on the “Sign in” button.

Step 2: Now that you’ve authorized, you’ll be logged in to the website. The final step is to add your email address and click on the “Get started” button. You might also want to uncheck “Follow @unfollowersme” button.


Step 3: You’ll now be able to view the central dashboard. From there, you can view many different type of details such as: Who is not following you back on Twitter, mutual follow back, recent unfollowers, recent followers, etc. Among these options on the left sidebar, click on the “Recent unfollowers” link.


As you can see in the above screenshot, there’s only one Twitter user who unfollowed me recently on Twitter.

Aside from data on unfollowers, the web app displays a lot of other useful information. You might want to check out some of these other details to help you to learn more about your followers and the people you follow on Twitter Inc (NASDAQ:TWTR).

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