Yes but I believe the API will ignore the second retweet
On Dec 3, 6:47 pm, Michael Steuer <mste...@gmail.com> wrote: > So the API doesn't give me any indication which tweets in my home timeline I > have already retweeted, so I could retweet a tweet I retweeted previously? > > On 12/3/09 12:59 AM, "Rich" <rhyl...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > From the way I've seen it work, if the orginal tweet is already in > > your home_timeline you will not see any retweets of it, including > > yours. However if you retweet a message not in your home_timeline > > then it will appear. > > > I'm not sure if that IS how it works, just what I've observed. > > > On Dec 2, 11:30 pm, Michael Steuer <mste...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> So when a user is looking at his own home_timeline, and decides to retweet > >> a > >> status from someone else the next time that home_timeline is loaded, will > >> it show both statuses (the original tweet and the retweet by the user), or > >> one or the other? My understanding is that the new retweet functionality is > >> supposed to ensure that a status only shows up once, I¹m just not sure how > >> this is reflected in what the home_timeline API returns... > > >> Thanks for letting me know! > > >> Michael.