Get details on specific authors
Microsoft Social Engagement offers access to author details on Twitter profiles. Users can get quick insights into Twitter authors of a post matching your data sets. Learn about author interests and their backgrounds through author lookup, to keep track of people who impact your social feed.
Access author details in Analytics and Social Center
To see author details in posts, click Posts on the right side of any analytics page. Or go to Social Center to access your streams, and tap on the Twitter author profile picture in a post. To go back to your stream feed, click Back to.
To see author details in the Authors widget, go to Analytics, and in the author widget, click the view author details button. . More information: Analyze social data using widgets
On mobile devices, tap the author profile picture, or tap a post twice, and tap the author profile picture to view the author profile. Depending on your screen size, you will see additional information in the list.
The author name, user name, profile picture, location, website, and bio is displayed at the top of the panel if it is provided by the author. (The author must have been active in the last 30 days.) The following list includes the details that are provided.
Reach: The influencer score of the author.
Followers: The number of followers the author has.
Following: The number of Twitter accounts the author is following.
Tweets: The number of tweets on the author’s Twitter account.
Relationships: Click Load Relationships to find connected social profiles between you and the author. You can also click Follow to start following the author, if you are not yet following them.
A social profile needs to be configured in order for the relationship widget to load.
A rate limit on how often you can check the relationships applies. For more details, see Twitter: API rate limits
Posts: Lists all of the author's tweets. Click Load more to see older tweets.
Posts are an external service provided by Twitter.
To enable Engagement and Analytics scenarios, in some cases Microsoft Social Engagement connects to the third-party services Twitter and Facebook for the retrieval of Social Content. When establishing these connections, certain data, such as your IP address, may be shared with those services.