Here’s how you can see all quoted replies to a tweet

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Twitter launched its “Retweet with comment” feature in 2015. Since then, it’s been hard to track down all people who quoted the tweet.

Thankfully, a tool called Quoted Replies will help you out. Here’s how you can use it:

On the Twitter app or desktop site

  • Open the Twitter app or site.
  • Go to the Tweet to which you want to see quoted replies to.
  • Mention @QuotedRepiles.
  • The handle will reply to you with a link containing all quoted replies to that particular Tweet.

The tool also has an iOS, an Android app, and a Chrome extension.

On the app

  • Open the Twitter app or site.
  • Go to the Tweet to which you want to see quoted replies to, and copy the link of the tweet.
  • Open the Quoted Replies app, and paste the link to see all quoted replies to that tweet.

While you’re at it, you should also check out our guide about a bot that helps you to easily read a Twitter thread.

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