How to view who unfollowed you on Twitter

There are plenty of Twitter accounts that can be described as non followers on Twitter. You’ve probably come across many non followers already. Then, don’t you wonder to view and how to unfollow who unfollowed you on Twitter?

For instance, let’s assume that you want to increase your followers on Twitter. It is quite an understandable thing that you can aim to reach an excellent follower/following ratio. Because it is one of the indicators of your Twitter account is in a good way. So, getting rid of those who unfollowed you or not following back is a must to grow your Twitter accounts.

There are some ways to unfollow those who are not following you back or who unfollowed you on Twitter. However, Twitter does not provide any service to view them in bulk and remove non followers quickly on your Twitter timeline. At most, you can view it manually on your Twitter friends section Twitter. That’s why it is impossible to consider accounts that unfollowed you or don’t follow back automatically without a 3rd party application. However, most of them are not entirely secure and reliable.

At this point, Circleboom presents you with a lot of super useful tools for Twitter account management.

To view and unfollow who unfollowed you on Twitter, The Circle feature of Circleboom lets you clean your Twitter account. How to view who unfollow you on Twitter with a few simple steps, let’s below:

How to view and unfollow who unfollowed you on Twitter

Step #1: Log in to the Circleboom dashboard with your Twitter account.

Step #2: Click on The Circle tab on the left menu.

Step #3: Here, select Not Following Back to list all the accounts you followed, and those who don’t follow back will prompt.

Step #4: Then, you can use the search bar on the left to list all specific Twitter accounts who unfollowed you on Twitter.

Step #5: Once you’ve viewed accounts who don’t follow back, select them via clicking boxes on the left and then select the blue Add to Twitter List button to make a Twitter list.

Step #6: At the last step, let’s turn back to your account, open the Lists you created before on Circleboom. Unfollow who unfollowed you or not following back. That’s all!

Let’s assume that you aim to delete all Twitter users who unfollowed you or did not follow back. However, there may be some accounts of celebrities, politicians, brands, or even meme accounts that you wouldn’t like to unfollow. To avoid unfollowing them, you can use the White List feature of Circleboom. How? Let’s check below!

To keep all Twitter accounts that you do not want to unfollow, just click the green White List buttons on each account tab’s right to add them to the whitelist. Therefore, those accounts will be listed in the whitelist section under The Circle section. So, they won’t be unfollowed by fault.

They also have a hands-on tutorial as a bonus on how to view who unfollow you;

Critical Note:

Before unfollow who unfollow you on Twitter, you should be mindful of considering Twitter Policies that says:

“We monitor all accounts for aggressive following and follow churn (repeatedly following and unfollowing large numbers of other accounts). You can read more about these below, but if you don’t follow or unfollow hundreds of accounts in a single day, and you aren’t using automated methods of following accounts, you should be fine.”

Wrapping Up

You can remove non followers or accounts who unfollowed you on Twitter with just a few simple steps with Circleboom’s unique features. However, it is only one function of Circleboom out of the many others. For additional outstanding facilities for Twitter account management, you can check the Circleboom website.

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Dianne B. Zee

Dianne B. Zee

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Computer Scientist on the way! Grad student @MIT I find meaning in Math, Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, and Cinema