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How to find out if someone is Stalking you on Twitter X?


  • You cannot detect a stalker directly on Twitter. But you can make an educated guess.
  • There are effective ways to limit stalking as well

Detecting Twitter stalkers isn’t easy, but there are some clues to look for.

Is It Possible to Detect a Stalker on Twitter Watching Your Profile?

Unfortunately, Twitter (X) does not provide a feature to determine who has viewed your tweets. 

This happens because users with public accounts, even those without Twitter accounts, can access your tweet history on the web and browse through your posts.

In such cases, there is no way to identify these viewers since they are not even logged into the platform.

Even if someone is logged into Twitter and reads your tweets without interaction, you won’t be able to identify their identity.

How to see a Twitter Stalker?

You can make an educated guess to find out if someone is stalking you on Twitter based on the following indications.

  • To detect potential stalkers, you can monitor your notifications.
  • You’ll receive alerts when someone likes, comments, or retweets your tweets.
  • Most interactions are likely from mutuals and friends trying to boost your engagements. If a particular account consistently engages with your tweets, it may indicate stalking.

However, stalkers typically won’t react or comment to avoid being noticed, unless they want you to know. Consistent likes and comments from one account may suggest they closely follow your tweets, but it’s not definitive proof of stalking.

How to Restrict Access to Your Account and Keep Twitter Stalkers from Viewing It?

Identifying true Twitter stalking can be difficult, but you can limit access to your account in a few ways.

  1. Make Your Account Private: Set your Twitter account to private. When your account is private, only approved followers can view your tweets, followers, and likes.

Note: To make your account private, go to your Settings and Support, select Settings and Privacy > Privacy and Safety >  Audience, Media and Tagging > Protect your Tweets.

  1. Block the User: If you want to specifically prevent one or more individuals from viewing your account, you can block them. Blocking will not only stop them from seeing your tweets but also prevent them from interacting with you on the platform.

Note: To block a profile on X, visit the profile page of the account you want to block, and select  … icon > Block.

  1. Remove Followers: If you have previously approved followers and later want to prevent them from viewing your account, you can remove them. This action will unfollow them, and they won’t be able to see your tweets unless you approve their request again.

Note: To remove followers, go to your profile page, select Follower List > … icon > Remove this follower.

  1. Control Tagging and Mentioning: In your Twitter settings, you can adjust who can tag you in photos, who can mention you in tweets, and who can send you direct messages. These settings allow you to control interactions with other users.

To control tagging and mentioning in posts, select Notifications > Mentions > … icon > Leave this conversation.

To control tagging in photos, go to your Settings and Support, select Settings and Privacy > Privacy and Safety >  Audience, Media and Tagging > Photo Tagging.

Can Someone Tell if you Stalk them on Twitter?

Twitter lacks a built-in feature to notify users about profile or tweet views, making it impossible to detect ‘stalkers’ on the platform.

Tweets are usually public unless the user’s account is private, allowing others to view them anonymously.

Is there a Stalker Tracker Feature on Twitter?

There is no official “stalker tracker” feature on Twitter or any legitimate third-party tool provided by Twitter to track stalkers.

Exercise caution with unauthorized third-party stalker tracking tools on Twitter; they might not be safe or approved by Twitter.

Twitter stalkers are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their methods. 

Prioritize online safety. Use Twitter’s reporting and blocking, and involve authorities if needed for stalking or harassment.

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