According to the official Twitter Help Center a mention is "any Twitter update that contains "@username" anywhere in the body of the Tweet".
Users will often see hundreds or thousands of tweets a day in their Twitter feed. Mentioning a user in your tweet means they will be able to see it in their "@ Connect" section on the top of the Twitter page.
You would usually mention a user if you are directing the Twitter update (tweet) to that specific user OR you want them in particular to see this tweet.
If you include more than one @username in your tweet, all of those users will see the Tweet in their "@ Connect" section.
To mention someone on Twitter, type @ followed by the person's username. For example - @myusername
you press reply....
Compose a tweet and mention them in it.
Yes, you can actually know if someone retweet or mention you in twitter. It is a default feature in twitter and every tweeple (twitter people) can know who followed and mentioned them.
no he does not but he did mention on his twitter account that he is looking for a "new girl"
If want to contact Eminem and you do not have his number you can opt to use Twitter. Compose a tweet and mention him. He will see your mention.
First of all, Twitter doesn't have a wall but you can mention them. You just put the persons user name ( @twitter ) and the tweet goes to that person
When you mention someone on Twitter, you either click 'reply' on one of their tweets or you open their profile and write your tweet in the box provided. You can also simply mention in your tweet with "@username". Take care there's no space between their username and the @ sign though.
You can't, you can mention individual users in your tweets.
They can either follow you back or not . they can direct message you or mention you in a tweet .
Even though the account is protected, you can still mention people normally by writing their username (@username) in your tweet.
you have to mention them. For example "@theiraccountnamehere" and you can send them a message that way. Sometimes they reply, but not always.
Mentioning a person means you include their username in your tweet. This is in the form of '@username'
Yes, it will still appear in their @mentions tab.
nope. You can't send them direct messages but you can mention them on one of your tweets.
if your profile is privatised than no but if its not privatised then yes they can
Because it's called an "at" reply, or a mention. So they use the @ symbol.
If your profile/tweets are not protected then anyone can see your tweets.When you mention someone in your tweet, that tweet will always appear in their @replies tab whether they are following you or not.
All what happens is that you can't favorite or retweet their tweets, but when you mention them, it won't show up in their notifications.
@User1 @User2 @user3 @User4 Just take care that there is no space between @ sign and the username.
Unfortunately this isn't possible as anyone can mention your username in a tweet. You can only block individual users, not everyone.
If you mention someone in a tweet, it can still be seen by everyone. Only direct messages are private.
They're actually called "replies", "mentions", along with "@replies." (At replies.) Mentioning another Twitter user is very simple. All you have to do is use @TwitterUsername, to mention the person. If you use a mention at the beginning of a tweet, it will not show up in the timeline of your followers. However, if you were to place it anywhere else in a tweet, others would be able to see it in their timeline.
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No it doesn't include your username. However, any usernames that you mention in your tweet are included in the 140 character limit.