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Due to the large number of people Tweeting about these specific trends, you may not always be able to find your particular Tweet in search, but your followers will always see your Tweets. To understand what types of behavior could cause your Tweets to be filtered out, read about our search rules and restrictions.
In some cases, we may also consider the newsworthiness of the content, or if it is in the public interest when evaluating potential violations.
To see what people are saying about a previous trend, perform a search for that keyword.
Simply post a Tweet including the exact word or phrase as it appears in the trends list (with the hashtag, if you see one).
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Yes, you can view trends for a specific location on twitter.com, i OS, or Android.
This is called a hashtag and is included specifically in Tweets to mark them as relating to a topic, so that people can follow the conversation in search.
Yes, when signed into your account on the twitter.com, i OS, or Android, trends will be tailored for you based on your location and who you follow.
Clicking or tapping any of the trends takes you to the Twitter search results for that trend.
You'll see all Tweets including that phrase or hashtag.Adjust your trends settings via Twitter for i OS: Note: If you don't find your preferred country or city, it means we're not receiving enough Tweets from that geographical area to create a list.