Verified Twitter accounts are the accounts with blue ticks that have been verified by Twitter as being authentic.
These accounts are approved by Twitter and given a blue badge. So, any Twitter user can know that it’s not a parody account but a genuine one.
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Followed by a verified Twitter profile may be exciting. Generally, they are accounts with a huge amount of followers. Therefore, there would be times when you would be only interested in verified followers that follow you.
If you are only interested in a quick scan, you can go to your followers' tab on Twitter. The accounts with a blue tick are verified accounts.
This method can be possible if you have a few verified Twitter followers. But, if you have thousands of verified followers, this can be very time-consuming And, if you want to filter these accounts, it would be an impossible task on Twitter.
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However, if you use a third-party tool like Circleboom Twitter, you can list all your verified followers. All you need to do is to follow some simple steps.
Before we learn the process to do so, it’s important to know that Circleboom is a 100% Twitter-compliant tool.
It takes all measures to keep your account protected. Hence, when you connect your Twitter account to Circleboom, you can be assured that you are in safe hands.
List All Verified Followers on Twitter:
With the steps below, you can quickly find all the verified followers on your Twitter account.
Step 1: Log in to the Circleboom dashboard by authenticating your Twitter account.
Once logged in, you can see a menu on the left listing all the Circleboom features.
Step 2: On the menu on the left, select “The Search” -> “All My Followers”.
Within a few seconds, the dashboard will prompt.
Step 3: Circleboom will list all the Twitter accounts that follow you. From the filter box at the top, tick the checkbox “Show Only Verified.”
Herein, you can filter your search to list only verified Twitter accounts.
Step 4: All the verified accounts that follow you will be listed by Circleboom.
If you’re only interested in getting the list of all the verified accounts you follow, the above method should suffice.
Here we prepared a guide video to show you how to get the list of verified Twitter accounts you follow.
- If you want to further filter verified accounts by keywords & hashtags, usernames, language, or location, you can use the search filter above. Type the text in your search box and all the matching accounts will be shown.
- If you only want to look at non-verified accounts, you can click on “Don’t show verified” and Circleboom will list all non-verified accounts.
- To add all your verified accounts to a whitelist, you can select all of them using the checkbox to select all followers. Next, click the green icon: “Add to Whitelist.” All your verified followers will be added to the Whitelist.
- To add all the verified accounts to the Twitter list, select them, and click the blue icon “Add to Twitter List.”
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Verified Twitter accounts are keeper accounts that you can always look forward to receiving first-hand information.
Keeping a tab of your verified followers helps you in keeping your Twitter account healthy and active.
Circleboom Twitter’s “Verified Accounts” filter also helps you in following verified accounts when following new accounts.
If you have any questions on how to view or manage your verified followers, please let us know in the comments below.
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Originally published at https://blog.circleboom.com on March 16, 2020.