Twitter Circle is the latest development of Twitter enabling users to create small, private groups to share tweets and engage with their circle of close friends, reminding the similar feature on Instagram.
And, people have started to come up with critical questions regarding the features and usage of Twitter Circle. One is, "can my Twitter friends know when I add them to my Twitter Circle?"
The accurate and straightforward answer is "No." No one will be notified after your action when you add or remove. So, you can feel free to add your friends to your Twitter Circle and start sharing your tweets.
How to tweet in your Twitter Circle
You can select your audience when you click on the tweet creation section on Twitter. You need to select your Twitter Circle.
Then, all you need to do is create your tweet like a regular one. You just changed the audience. All other things are the same.
You can post it directly or schedule your tweets for your Twitter Circle.
A notification that indicates that a tweet will be sent to your Circle and only those in your Circle can see it appear on your tweet.
How do I see someone's Twitter Circle list?
As it is said above, Twitter Circle is a private audience group to share tweets. So, it is impossible to see anybody's Twitter Circle list, and others can't see yours.
How do you check if you are on someone's Twitter Circle?
You can't check if you are on someone's Twitter Circle. You, like other users, won't be notified if anybody adds you to his/her Twitter Circle.
You can search someone's Twitter followers with Circleboom.
New features bring new questions. And, it is quite normal if you want to know when you add someone to your Twitter Circle, will they be notified?
As long as Twitter keeps its word, the answer is simple: No! People won't be notified when you add them to your Twitter Circle. So, you also won't be notified when anybody adds you to his/her Circle.
So, you can feel free and add people to your Twitter Circle. But, don't forget, you have limits! You can add up to 150 people to your Twitter Circle.