Losing followers on Twitter? Here are three ways to find out who has decided to leave.

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Are you suddenly losing followers and wondering who unfollowed you on Twitter?

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Twitter, like many other social media platforms, is based on the interaction between the user and their followers. Lack of an audience on social media can be something of a scream into the void. That same audience can make platforms like Twitter an interesting and meaningful place. But free microblogging platform also comes with an unsubscribe button.

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While unfollowing accounts is not uncommon, finding out who unfollowed you can be a daunting task.

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Who unfollowed me on Twitter?

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If you want to pinpoint the accounts that have unfollowed you, using third party apps is one solution as Twitter doesn’t give you the option to do so.

Note. A third-party service can track your unsubscribes on Twitter only after you start using it. Any previous unsubscribes cannot be tracked by these services. Here is an example of such services:

1) Unsubscribe statistics

Unsubscribed statistics it’s a service which allows you to keep track of your unfollows. The ad-supported free version offers its services to Twitter accounts with up to 30,000 followers. There is a paid version of the service that caters for larger accounts and offers additional features.

To use the unsubscribe stats, simply go to the website and click “Login with Twitter” on the main page.

Using your Twitter credentials, sign in to your account. Click “Authorize App” to grant Unfollower Stats the necessary permissions.

There are several statistics about your account in the dashboard. Click Unfollowers to see the accounts that have unfollowed you since you started using Unfollowers stats.

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2) Who.Unsubscribed.Me

Who.Unfollowed.Me another popular third party a service that helps track your unsubscribes on Twitter. This service is offered free of charge for accounts with up to 75,000 followers.

Click the “Login with Twitter” button in the upper right corner of the home page. After you sign in and authorize the app, click on the Unfollowers link to see who has unfollowed you since you started using Who.Unfollowed.Me.

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3) Flurs

Fllwrs is a Twitter add-on that helps you keep track of who follows and unfollows you. As Wired says, you probably don’t want to pass by. tracking tool aversion to vowels.

According to Fllwrs, the tool checks for changes in your Twitter followers over time and records followers that may have been added or lost.

To add Fllwrs to your Twitter account, go to to the website and click View Twitter Follower History. Fllwrs will ask you to sign in to your Twitter account to authorize the app.

Beware of Fllwrs tweets on your behalf – automatic tweets from your daily lost and gained followers are sent to twitter to inform you about your twitter account. However, this function can be disabled by going to your Twitter settings, according to Fllwrs.

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4) Zebraboss

Zebraboss is another option for find out your responses without registering or granting access to your Twitter account. Although this may not be strong the service, according to WikiHow, is still running, sending out daily emails containing a list of accounts that have unfollowed you. The catch is that it’s only free for accounts with less than 1000 followers.

Go to Zebraboss on your web browser and enter your Twitter handle in the form @yourusername or a link to your Twitter profile along with your email address in the text box below. Click “Subscribe to report” and wait for the daily report to be sent to your email.

You can stop this service by clicking on the unsubscribe link in emails.

Zebraboss also works for Facebook and Instagram.

How to find out which users I follow, don’t follow me back

To find out who is not following you from the list of users you follow, go to your profile and click “Subscriptions”. Next to each user, you can find a “Following You” label. If this label does not appear next to some accounts, it means that these accounts are not following you or have unfollowed you.

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