How to track your engagements on Twitter with SocialBro
Very often we interact with so many people on Twitter, through mentions and retweets, that in many cases we lose track of these interactions. In other cases a particular profile sounds familiar to us but we’re not sure if we’ve previously made contact with this person or not.
These are very typical situations in social networks, so we’ve created a tool that helps you track all your engagements on Twitter. Find the Latest Interactions tool in your tools section via the top navigation bar (this feature is exclusive for our Pro users).
When you click on the above icon a panel with three tabs opens up on the left of the screen. You can visualize all your interaction tweets, the tweets of those who have mentioned you and also those who you have mentioned in your tweets.
Notice that those who you have engaged with have a blue “@” in the bottom right-hand corner of the user box.
So when you click on it you’ll see all the interactions between you and this user.
There are two panels on the dashboard called “My influencers” and “I influence”. “My influencers” are the people who have influenced you, when you mention or retweet their tweets. Whilst the users who have mentioned you or retweeted your content appear in the “I influence” panel. Just like all of the panels on the Pro dashboard, these two new panels are automatically updated, so you can track your interactions on a daily basis.
When you browse each panel, notice that there is a filter at the top of the dashboard, which allows you to modify the time frame of the filter. So, apart from having the information based on the last update of your account you can also filter from the last 2, 3, 5, 7, 15 or 30 days. A tip here is to use this new filter in order to keep tabs on your influencers.
There are some busy and buzzy days that make it impossible to follow or to reply in real-time to all the people who mention or retweet you. So, this filter together with the engagement panels helps you look back through your timeline in order to not lose track of those people who you would like to connect with.