What Does This Tweet is Unavailable Mean on Twitter?

What Does This Tweet is Unavailable Mean on Twitter?

I have personally experienced this. For example, I replied to a tweet on June 26th “Girl, I read this and thought it was April 1st.” It is a post I am following and as of yesterday, the tweet was there.

The Twitter user retweeted the original tweet today and now my Tweet is showing as “this tweet is unavailable.” This is not the first time this has happened on this particular user’s posts.

She gets a lot of interaction and that message appears a lot. At first, I thought she didn’t like comments and were deleting them. Then it started happening to me.

Now I am seeing it a lot on other user posts, especially when they have a lot of comments. Sometimes 10 tweets in a row will show this message.

I started researching this because I was hesitant about asking her if she was deleting my tweets.

since I don’t Tweet, I can only offer you Twitter’s advice, based on the possibility that your cache may be overloaded:

“If you’re having trouble with mobile.twitter.com, please try the following steps:

  1. Try clearing your cache and cookies for your device’s mobile browser.
  2. You can clear cache and cookies from the settings menu for your mobile browser.
  3. Turn your phone off for 5 minutes to reset the connection.”

Either your cache needs clearing, or our Tweeting President has filled Twitter’s online cache with his explanations of his previous Tweets.

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This Tweet is Unavailable
This Tweet is Unavailable

The circumstances under which a ‘This tweet is unavailable’ are;

Tweets can be unavailable for a variety of reasons: they might contain a keyword that you’ve muted, an account’s tweets could be protected, or a tweet may have been deleted.

  1. If the user who posted the reply has their twitter account set as private. This means that only their confirmed followers get to see it.
  2. If the user who wrote it is someone you have muted on Twitter.

It means either the tweet has been deleted or unshared by the person who firstly put it there. You do not need to block or mute the account for it to happen.

It is twitter who thinks either the message or tweet is offensive (in case someone reported it).

Other than that, it is the person who decided to delete or no longer share the tweet. That is why you saw tweet is unavailable sometimes.

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Why does Twitter sometimes say this tweet is unavailable, but you can still click through to the tweet that is linked?

It’s also many times because Twitter is suppressing your message in an effort to control it from getting popular. Watch this video for more info about this devious practice, coined “Tweet Throttling”:

If the tweet is tagged with a few people and someone is blocked. If I hit the tweet again it comes up, and I’m not the one blocked. It seems to be a new update.

And, that’s also a way to troll people. Quote them and say something critical. The person being trolled blocks the person and the quote shows “tweet is unavailable”.

 this happens when:

  • You Quote Tweet person X’s tweet
  • You subsequently block (or previously have blocked) person X

The most frequent way this happens (I’m guessing) is that you Quote Tweet from someone obnoxious or adversarial and afterward you decide to block them. I’ve done this a few times.

It happens with me for only once that I can click through to the deleted Tweet. So I don’t know a fair bit about it, but my guess is:

if u have already seen the Tweet before it got deleted it gets saved in Twitter’s cache, especially if it has a pic attached to it.

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So when you click the gray strap it clicks to open the cached image but also written: “this tweet cant be refresh (or something like that I don’t remember) on a blue strap at the bottom of the screen.

See example below:

this tweet is unavailable
this tweet is unavailable

This is likely because the user of the Tweet deleted it. I have heard there are roughly 20 million Tweet deletions per day.

Friends, Twitter is very careful to respect the Tweet author’s desire to have the Tweet itself forgotten.

In practice, there are potentially thousands of copies of a Tweet stored in a variety of databases that Twitter does not control.

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It’s usually due to one of the two parties blocking each other. For instance, If I quoted your tweet and you decided to block me because of it and someone was looking at my quote tweet they would see that the tweet was unavailable. But, they could still click on it and see the original tweet because you don’t have that person blocked.

Friends, I am sure there are a number of other reasons but the above stated would be the most likely scenario.

This Tweet is Unavailable

Conclusion:

I’m noticing it as well! When I access twitter without being logged in, I still can’t see the tweets. So I’m not blocked. I’m trying to find an explanation.

I think it is Twitter deleting those tweets that are offensive or that are Fake News. However, I really don’t know how the algorithm works. If it what I’m saying, it is a little bit exaggerated.

In reality, the fact that you can’t see the tweets behind makes me uncomfortable as they may be censoring people that they shouldn’t just by an error of the algorithm.

However, if you want to keep the tweet, take a screenshot, and use it as a meme. Like I did with this guy who has a great sense of humor and is not.

If the tweet is tagged with a few people and someone is blocked. If I hit the tweet again it comes up, and I’m not the one blocked. It seems to be a new update.

And, that’s also a way to troll people. Quote them and say something critical. The person being trolled blocks the person and the quote shows “tweet is unavailable”.

If “unavailable” and you can not see this tweet by click:

  • The quoted tweet is deleted.
  • Origin poster switched to a private account.
  • Origin poster changed his @name (and the link for a quoted tweet is broken).
  • You are blocked by the origin poster.

If “unavailable” and you can see this tweet by click:

  • The quoted tweet is throttled, maybe by flagged as sensitive content.
    I think this is the main reason. Yeah, I meet some tweets are “unavailable”, even re-poster & origin poster & I follow each other.
  • Re-poster is blocked by origin poster, but you are not blocked by origin poster.
  • You blocked/muted the origin poster.

This Tweet is Unavailable

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