By @mhawksey

Bookmarklet for who can see your twitter @reply tweet

Previously in Who can see your @reply in twitter I highlighted Tony’s Common Friends or Followers on Twitter script. For this you had to download some code and create a html file to run locally. Having played with the SNAPP bookmarklet which lets you  ”visualize the network of interactions resulting from discussion forum posts and replies” in various VLEs I thought it would be fun to take Tony’s code and also turn it into a bookmarklet. So now when you visit a twitter status page you can see how many people saw the @reply message in their timeline.

How to use:

  1. Copy the bookmarklet on this page 
  2. Visit any twitter status page (here’s an example) Update: Also now works when you enter tweet via twitter home page
  3. Click on the bookmarket saved to your browser and see the user overlap (as seen by the Google Social Graph API)

How it was made

  1. Tweaked Tony’s code (modified version here)
  2. Put it through this minifier
  3. Created the bookmarket using Ben Alman’s online generator (this url populates the generator with my minified code
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