Always wondered about how many people actually read your tweet or how many clicked the link that you just tweeted. Well, not anymore. Twitter has recently launched the Tweet Activity Dashboard for its users. Using this, users will be able to see the performance of each and every tweet that they send out.

The nifty analytics dashboard was actually launched by Twitter back in July of this year but until now it was only accessible to verified users and advertisers. But now the service has been made open for normal users too.

Using the Tweet Activity Dashboard, the users can perform a number of tasks. They can see how many people actually engage with their tweets in real time. The users can also compare their tweet activity month over month and see how their tweets trend over time. The users’ just need to click on any of their tweet to get a detailed view of the number of replies, retweets, follows, clicks or favorites the tweet received.  The users can even download their tweet metrics.

Getting access to the Dashboard is very easy, the users just need to login into with their Twitter username and password. The Tweet Activity Dashboard is currently only available to users who have accounts that have been active for at least 14 days and those who primarily tweet in English, Spanish, French and Japanese.  Twitter is working hard to roll out this feature for every Twitter user all around the world.

The news about this new feature being available to users came from a tweet by Twitter front end engineer Ian Chan.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post
Like this content? Sign up for our daily newsletter to get latest updates.