Twitter is making it easier for users to see who quoted and retweeted their tweets. This feature is however available only to iOS users for now.
Twitter lets users simply retweet tweets or add comments along with it. Users can also retweet with photos, videos, and GIFs. Users are notified of every retweet but there’s no particular place to check all of them. It’s now possible on iOS as users can simply tap on the retweets icon and find the updated list of retweets with comments.
How to check
If your tweet has retweets, you’ll see the number of retweets listed just below it. Tap on that and you’ll see the list with two tabs where one shows with comments and the other without comments. You can scroll through and find who retweeted your tweet with text, photos, videos, and GIFs.
It’s a nifty feature to keep a track of your retweets. This feature is expected to roll out on Twitter’s Android and desktop apps soon. At present Twitter only shows who retweeted your tweets. There is one workaround though for users to view retweets with comments as shared by The Verge. To do this, users have to type the tweet’s URL on Twitter’s search box. The results will show all the retweets with comments for that particular tweet.