Hi Taylor, I'm requesting friends_timeline for user pbro and user pbro is following both user1 and 2. So yes the observer user is following both users.
On Aug 11, 4:13 pm, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com> wrote: > Hi PBro, > > This typically works pretty well though there is the odd case of a missing > @mention here and there. > > Could you verify that both user1 and user2 are being followed by the > "observer user"? > > Thanks, > Taylor > > On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 6:55 AM, PBro <brouwe...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi, > > > I want to get all the tweets from people I follow, therefore is use > > statuses/friends_timeline. > > But in the results I get I see no replies. > > > For example: > > I'm following user1. User1 tweets a standard message like: I'm washing > > the dishes > > This tweet is returned in my statuses/friends_timeline request. > > In the next tweet user1 replies to user2 (@user2 ...) > > This tweet is not returned in my statuses/friends_timeline request. > > Even when I am following user2 also, still no sign of the reply tweet. > > > Is this expected behaviour, or am I missing something(a parameter I > > could add or something) > > > your sincerely, > > Patrick