Twitter’s popularity means you can find everyone on the platform, from business executives to artists. And while this is great for following your favorite personalities or keeping up with the news, not everyone wants to create a Twitter account just to check out a few tweets.
Fortunately, the open nature of Twitter allows anyone to view the microblogging social network without having to register. Whether you want to see what’s trending or track a user’s tweets, we’ll show you how to use Twitter without an account.
Can we consult Twitter without an account?
You can use many parts of Twitter without an account, but some features won’t work if you don’t log in, including:
- Follow accounts to create a timeline
- Send your own tweets
- Reply to, like and retweet tweets.
- Using the tool Media and Love tabs to filter tweets on a person’s profile
Note that Twitter sometimes has a feature that allows you to subscribe to tweets via text message. Since this feature is no longer available, it’s not a practical way to use Twitter without logging in.
Also, without an account, you can’t use the Twitter app for Android or iPhone — the app asks you to log in as soon as you open it. However, you can use many of the tips below on your phone using a mobile browser. Just open Twitter in Chrome, Safari or another browser – use an incognito window if you’re already logged in.
When you visit the Twitter homepage in a desktop browser without logging in, you may be asked to log in before doing anything. However, we will show you other links that will allow you to solve this problem. Before going any further, start with the top Twitter tips for beginners.
Browse the Twitter explore page without an account
Since Twitter’s homepage may require you to create an account, you should start with the Twitter Explore page instead. Twitter exploration page. In For you you can see trending topics in different places.
Click on one of them to get more information about it. You’ll find tweets and accounts related to the topic.
Use the tabs at the top of the page to select a specific topic that interests you, such as news, gamewhere entertainment. Each of these will bring up the biggest stories in that area, which you can click on to learn more.
If you just want to use Twitter to stay up to date on hot topics, here’s an easy way to do it without an account.
Try third-party sites to follow Twitter news without an account
If you like the idea of seeing trending topics at a glance but want more than what Twitter’s homepage provides, some third-party Twitter services do a great job of compilation of the biggest hashtags from the moment. They also don’t require an account.
Try these sites if you’re interested:
- Trends24: With a simple, hourly updated list of the top trending topics, Trends24 lets you see what’s trending on Twitter in the past 24 hours. Highlight one to see how its popularity has grown over time, or click it to get more information and post it to Twitter. Use the drop-down list at the top of the page to filter by country; the default view is global.
- GetDayTrends: Here you can view the top trending topics and hashtags of the previous day; click to see how they’ve evolved over time or in different regions. There is also a date picker at the top of the list that you can use to review past data. In addition to the most popular hashtags on the right side, you’ll see the hashtags that have been trending the longest.
Search Twitter without logging in
If you’re looking for something specific on Twitter, the search bar at the top of the explore page is very helpful and works without an account. Type a username, topic, or anything else to get suggestions.
Twitter displays posts and accounts that match the words you type. Click on a story to learn more, or click Come in if you just want to search for the term.
Don’t forget #hashtags on Twitter, which make it easy to find tweets related to a specific topic. You can also search for users by their @username.
By default, search terms display the above Tab. Use the top tabs to switch to The latest if you want to sort by time instead of popularity. People will display accounts that match that term, while Pictures and Videos filter to show only tweets that contain media.
Try advanced Twitter search
advanced Twitter search is a great tool that surprisingly doesn’t require an account to use. Thanks to its many options, you can find the tweet or user you’re looking for if the default search can’t find it.
You can sort your results by keywords or phrases, add hashtags, filter by language, add accounts that sent it or mentioned it, restrict by time, and even select the minimum number of likes or retweets.
It’s easy to use once you get the hang of it, and it’s one of the most powerful tools available to any Twitter user, with or without an account.
Read a specific user’s tweets without an account
Twitter lets you read anyone’s tweets without needing an account; you just need to visit their profile page. Note that you cannot view the profile of a user who has made their account private. Without your own account, you cannot request to follow them.
You can search for a user on Twitter itself, as mentioned above, or search for a profile on Google. just look for it” [person] Twitter” and you should easily find their account.
Searching Google is often easier than searching Twitter because not everyone uses their real name for their Twitter account. So a Google search is likely to yield better clues.
Once you find the user’s Twitter ID, you can bookmark this page in your browser for easy future reference. If you prefer RSS, you can use RSS.app to create a feed from a Twitter page.
Alternatively, you can click an account name anywhere on Twitter to open its profile page. This allows you to learn more about the accounts that interest you.
Follow the Twitter lists of multiple accounts at once
You are not limited to following individual Twitter accounts. Twitter Lists are collections of multiple accounts, allowing you to scroll through multiple people’s tweets in one place. And they work even when you’re offline.
They will help you track Twitter communities that match your interests. For example, the @Verified account has a Twitter list of Olympians.
Without an account, you can only follow public lists; you cannot create your own and cannot access other people’s private lists. If you’re signed in, Twitter lets you search for lists, but it’s harder to find without an account. Try searching ScoutZen’s Twitter list to find those who interest you.
Enjoy Twitter, even without logging in
With these tips and tools, you can get the most out of Twitter even if you don’t have an account. They allow you to follow the content that interests you, without getting caught up in endless tweets on your timeline.
Whether you have an account or not, there is a lot to know when using Twitter, and there are many uses for the platform.