Twitter Analytics On The Go
Twitter have now added a simplified view of your Twitter analytics while using the Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for Android apps. You do need to make sure that you have entered analytics.twitter.com with your Twitter credentials at least once to activate the analytics for your Twitter account. The data is almost real time, usually updated within a few seconds.
How to View Your Twitter Analytics
Open the Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for Android app, then tap onto one of your sent tweets. You should now see the “View Tweet Activity” option. You cannot view the analytics for tweets that were sent by others that you did not create.
- Detail expands: Clicks on the Tweet to view more details.
- Embedded media clicks: Clicks to view a photo or video in the Tweet.
- Engagements: Total number of occasions a user interacted with a Tweet. Clicks anywhere on the Tweet, including retweets, replies, follows, favorites, links, cards, hashtags, embedded media, username, profile photo, or Tweet expansion.
- Favorites: The instances a user favorited the Tweet.
- Link clicks: Clicks on a URL or Card in the Tweet.
- Replies: The instances a user replied to the Tweet.
- Retweets: The instances a user retweeted the Tweet.
Are You Having Problems Seeing Your Twitter Analytics
- You need the latest version of Twitter for iPhone or Twitter for Android.
- You can view these analytics on your mobile if your Twitter account primarily Tweets in Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, English, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish.
- Your Twitter account must be at least 14 days old.
Try Twitter Analytics Even When You Do Not See Retweets, Replies etc.
Have you had a look at your Twitter Analytics on the go using your Twitter for iPhone or Twitter for Android app? It provides you with a summary of your tweet performance. Other results are sometimes available even when there are no retweet, reply or favorite activity shown publicly for your tweet.