Ever wonder why your friend and follow counts on social media drop suddenly? Maybe you you’re looking for trends that cause people to mass unfollow you on Twitter. Here’s how to keep track of all the people who digitally ditch you.
Track Who Unfriends You on Facebook
To track who unfriends you, we like the Social Fixer extension. Social Fixer offers lots of options to customise your Facebook experience, but it also has a nifty Friend Tracker you can enable:
- Click the Social Fixer icon in Facebook (the wrench).
- Click the “Layout” tab.
- Check the “Friend Tracker” box.
Now, when you log into Facebook, you’ll see anyone who has recently unfriended you. You also see if they disabled their account or simply dropped you as a friend. If Social Fixer feels overcomplicated, Unfriend Finder is a userscript that shows who has unfriended you recently, but you’ll have to use some workarounds to get it running on Chrome. Neither extension works retroactively, so if you’re wondering who just unfriended you, you’re out of luck.
Track Who Unfollows You on Twitter
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If you’re a desktop app user, we like ByeByeBirdie on Mac because it sends you a simple notification when you’re unfollowed. I wasn’t able to find a Windows equivalent. If you’d rather be notified of an unfollow immediately no matter where you are, Sayonara for iOS and JustUnfollow both send you notifications when someone unfollows you.
Track Who Unfollows You on Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest and Google+
- Instagram: We like Unfollowgram because it’s dead simple, and works on both mobile and desktop. Sign in with your Instagram account, and you can see who unfollowed you, as well as a list of anyone you don’t follow back.
- Tumblr: XKit is essentially the Social Fixer of Tumblr. You can do lots of different things with it, and the Follower Checker feature will show you who unfollows your Tumblr.
- Pinterest: Currently, the only way to track who unfollows you on Pinterest is the Followers on Pinterest app for iPhone, but you’ll have to shell out $2.99 for the app.
- Google+: The closest thing to tracking who uncircles you on Google+ is Uncircle Uncirclers+ for Chrome. It’ll show you who doesn’t circle you back that you have in circles, although it won’t show you who uncircled you if you don’t already have them in a circle.
With that, you should have a good idea of who doesn’t want to hear your thoughts any more. Just don’t take the information too personally.