How to Find Out Who Blocked You on Twitter – Four Tips

How to Tell If Someone on Twitter Has Blocked You? The blog post has the answer to this question.

It is super easy to block someone on Twitter, you just have to make few clicks and you’re done. You don’t have to give any explanation or a reason to someone. Guess what? The person you have blocked will never get any notification about it. The company keeps this thing private.

While on the other hand, if you have a doubt that someone has blocked you, then finding this thing, is a bit complicated but not impossible.

Find out: Who Blocked Me on Twitter

If you’re the one who wants to find out who has blocked you on Twitter, then the blog post has quick tips to get a clear idea:

First Method:

First of all you need to login to your Twitter account. After that, you can do following this:

First, Search the username by typing it in the Twitter Search field available on the upper right corner.

In case, the user profile is public, then it will definitely appear in the search result. If it won’t appear, then chances are that the user has blocked you.

Second, if you’re not sure about the user username, then you can also search the users by his/her full name. Twitter will show you a list of all the user with the same name. Simply find the one you’re looking for.

search user on twitter by username or full name

Third, Apart from this, you can also search the user using a recent tweet made by the user.

If you’re unable to find the Twitter profile of particular by doing the steps discussed above, then chances are high that you’re blocked.

Second Method:

If you’re very much sure about username of that particular user, then a quick copy-pasting workaround will help you out in find answer to question i.e. Who blocked me on Twitter.

All you have to do is to type the username after Twitter url. For example

If user username is “vineydhiman” then full URL going to be https://twitter.com/vineydhiman.

url

If the Twitter profile of the user opens up, then you’re not blocked by the user. In case, you see the page with a message which reads “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!” then there’s no doubt that you’re blocked

Third Method:

You can also check “Mutual friend” friend list, if you find the suspected user you think has blocked you in the friend list of common friend, then it confirms that you’re blocked for sure.

To check mutual friend, friend list on Twitter, either click on the Followers or Following option, you will find both options on the user profile page.

search user on twitter by twitter followers or following friend list

From the list of Followers or Following start searching for the name of the friend. This method is time consuming, but believe me, using this method you will also able to find profile that are private.

Fourth Method

In case, you manage to find the profile of the user you doubt have blocked you, then try to check profile or the Profile summary.

twitter profile block message

You will find the message which reads “You are blocked from following @xyzuser and viewing @xyzuser’s Tweets.

In case, you find Follow button in the Profile and you’re sure that you never unfollowed that person, then its confirms that you’re blocked by the user.

If you still have a doubt, try to press the follow button, Twitter will instantly show you a message that you’re blocked by the user and you can’t follow the profile.

If you are trying to send a message with an apology for your rude behavior or anything that make the particular user block you on Twitter, then you’re wasting your time. Why?

It because your messages will never reach the inbox of the user who have blocked you.

These are some quick tips that you can follow to find answer to question i.e. out “who blocked me on Twitter” or “who has blocked you on Twitter”

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