Twitter experimenting with a feature that may help you find how many people viewed your tweet

View counts in Twitter for iOS

Everyone like it when they know that they are being recognized in the big sea that is the internet. You are always on the look out for a like, retweet, favorite or follow. Admit it.

Apparently, Twitter knows this too. It is  experimenting and you may see it soon on your tweets. Such a feature has long been available to those who used Twitter’s ads and analytics services but this is the first time that such a feature has been targeted to the general public

It will look like this on the iOS client (Picture: From The Verge.):

Forreals

Hurrah, you can now see how many people saw your tweet and you can be proud of the fact now that your tweet has been seen from the average 5700 tweets that go out every second.

Twitter was also testing out a complete redesign for the service, but still hasn’t rolled it out as it is still in testing stage.

Such a feature can motivate you into tweeting more and also discourage you from tweeting. If Twitter does roll out such a service, it will go into the list of features that help you gauge how your tweets are doing: Follows, Retweets and favorites.

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