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Twitter on iOS lets you see retweets with comments in one place

It just takes one click.

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Keeping track of what people are saying about your tweets is now a little easier. Twitter for iOS now lets you see all your retweets with comments in one place, and it just takes one click.  

Tapping on the retweet counter will show a single feed of retweets with comments attached to your original post, including images and gifs people may have responded with. There will also be a separate tab showing retweets without comments. 

The new feature will help you gauge the response to your tweet and should make responding a little quicker and easier. Twitter said in a tweet on Tuesday that the feature will be coming soon to Android and the web.

Twitter also said in a tweet on Tuesday that retweets with comments will soon be included in the total retweet count. 

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