When you come across an interesting tweet and you want to help it spread - you retweet it.
There's usually a ReTweet button next to each Tweet, so you can usually just click that.
The syntax of a ReTweet is the abbreviation "RT" or the word "Retweet" followed by the username of the person who tweeted it (e.g @User) and then the content of the actual tweet.
You may also modify the original tweet to make it more interesting for your followers, or because the addition of RT + username makes it longer than the permitted 140 characters. In order to make everything fit, you may need to omit words or use shorter synonyms or abbreviations.
RT stands for "ReTweet" and is when one Twitter user copy pastes something another Twitter user has said b/c he/she found it interesting and for some reason wanted to repost it on their page.
"RT @-twitterusername- (copy/paste)"
RT mean "Re-tweet" It's for twitter
i just copy the tweet, paste, then put 'RT' at the start of it and send.
There are several abbreviations on Twitter that are used daily. QT is slang for "quote Tweet." The abbreviation RT means to "retweet."
"RT" means real talk. Many times when people are talking they will say real talk as a sign for you to know that they are serious. Its just a new abbreviation that teens use. Another answer: On Twitter, "RT" means retweet. Retweet is when you post what someone else tweeted onto your twitter stream. Since sometimes people have their Twitter and Facebook accounts linked, RT on Facebook could mean the same thing.
RT is the short form of Re Tweet. With this feature,you can forward a tweet by any other person to your followers.Its like forwarding an email or a message. But RT is not an official Twitter command or feature instead of that direct Retweet button below the tweet is to be used for retweeting!!
To do a retweet on Twitter by someone famous you can either use Twitter's in-built retweet function or type 'RT@username' where username is the famous person's username on Twitter and press 'tweet'.
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