How to Create a Twitter Circle and Send Tweets to Twitter Circle

Twitter Circle

Are you new to Twitter Circle? If yes, well in this article I will show you how to create a Twitter circle and also send Tweets to the Twitter circle.

The Twitter circle is a new feature from Twitter and it’s worth using, with a Twitter circle you can send tweets to only a particular group.

Twitter allows you to add 150 users to a Circle, whether they follow or not, this is amazing and helps limit who can see a particular tweet.

It’s also important to note that Twitter currently allows you to own just one Twitter Circle at a time and only you can see the full list of people in your Twitter Circle.

Twitter Circle is a different feature from Twitter Communities and should not be mixed.

What is Twitter Circle?

Sending Tweets to specific individuals using Twitter Circle allows you to communicate with a more intimate group of people.

Only the people you’ve joined your Twitter Circle can respond to and engage with the Tweets you share there. You get to choose who enters the circle.

Any Tweets you share in your Twitter Circle, as well as any unprotected responses to those Tweets, are visible to other users who are currently a part of your Twitter Circle.

Only followers in your Twitter Circle who follow a circle member who maintains a protected account can see their replies.

Unless your circles have members in common, none of the dialogue will be visible to your friend’s Twitter Circle.

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How to Create and Send Tweet to Twitter Circle Easily

  • Launch the Twitter app on your Android or IOS device.
  • Now tap on the compose icon (+) at the button right corner of the app.
  • Now tap on the Public dropdown button to create a Twitter circle.
  • You should see a “Choose audience”.
  • Now tap on the “Edit” button close to the Twitter circle.
  • The next screen allows you to select or search for members to add to the circle.
  • Tap the Add button to add a particular user.
  • Once you are done adding members.
  • Tap on the close icon (X), you should see that the Twitter circle is chosen.
  • Now Tweet something to the particular circle.

Only the timelines of the individuals you added to your circle will now see the tweet.

Even if you choose to send routine tweets, the individuals you added to your group will remain there.

When writing a tweet on Twitter, you can alternate between the Twitter Circle and the Public audience.

How to Add More Members to Twitter Circle

You can also add more members to your Twitter circle if you wish and here’s a guide below to help you do that easily.

  • Launch the Twitter app on your Android or IOS device.
  • Tap on your Twitter profile.
  • Locate the Twitter Circle (new) on the drop-down menu.
  • Now, you should see the edit your Twitter circle screen.
  • If you wish to add more members, tap on the “Recommended” tab.
  • Here you can “Add” more members to your Twitter Circle.
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Nobody will be informed when you add or remove someone from your Twitter Circle, and only you can see the whole list of those who are a part of it.

Additionally, without entirely obscuring their accounts, the option might give users a little more privacy control. Although it doesn’t prevent other users from taking screenshots of your postings, information shared with your Circle is still subject to the platform’s community guidelines.

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Ayorinde Ayodeji

I'm Ayorinde Ayodeji known as Geek Deelino a content creator, Product Designer and Developer with over 3years+ of experience. I love writing when I'm free and relaxed.

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