The above message was from @stillmansays, although it is a reply tweet to me, everyone can see it, but you may not know what “the RT” means indeed. On Twitter, there are many similar tweets beginning with “@”, most of which you don’t know what they means without their contexts. So, how to find the context of a reply tweet and understand what the tweet talks about? Taking the tweet mentioned in the beginning of this post for example, this post will introduce three different ways for you to find the context of a reply tweet. I. You can follow the reply tweet and find out its context. 1. For any reply tweet on New Twitter, it is easy to find out its context, what you need to do is just to click the posted time under the tweet, then you will see to which message it replies to, just as: From the above image, you can see that the reason @stillmansays thanked me was that I’d retweeted one of his blog post. 2.