- Click Settings and privacy.
- Click Privacy and safety. Under Safety, click Blocked accounts.
- At the top of your block list, you’ll see the option to click All or Imported.
- Click All to see every account you are currently blocking.
How To Know If Someone Blocked You On Twitter
How To View Who Blocked Me On Twitter
If you’re blocked on Twitter, you won’t get a notification, and there’s no way to find out who might have banned you. To see whether someone has blocked you on Twitter, go to their profile page and look for a message that says you’ve been blockersd.
When you block someone on Twitter, you lose all ties with that person. You won’t be able to access the user’s tweets, be tagged in photos, be added to lists, or be messaged by (or message) them.
You can view your Tweets while logged in on Twitter (unless they report you, and your Tweets mention them) When you’re logged in on Twitter, look for your tweets. Send you Direct Messages.
Yes, Twitter’s blocking policy has been modified. “If you block another user, that user will not realize you have blocked them,” it now reads. Unless your account is secure, the blockee can still follow you, add you to lists, see your tweets in his timeline, and so on. Everything is visible!
If your account appears to be controlled by bots that violate the Twitter Rules, we may suspend it and ask you to confirm that you are the real owner. To unlock your account, log in to your account. You should see a message telling you that Your account has been locked if it was automatically locked due on suspicious behavior.
Make a “Home” column in Tweetdeck for the person you believe has muted you. If you don’t appear in there, then you’ve been muted. You may double-check by tweeting.