As per Twitter’s new Developer guidelines, we are discontinuing the Auto Follow Back feature for our Web and Android users.
What does this mean for you?
You will now have to manually follow back your new followers. We will continue displaying your new followers and unfollowers, so you can rest assured that you will still know who they are.
If and when Twitter re-permits auto following, we will make sure that we revive this feature for our users. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us: info[at]justunfollow[dot]com.
Meanwhile, wherever we are not restricted by Twitter, we are trying to develop the best possible features for you to use and improve your account maintenance.
We value you!
You can read more about the updated T&C here: https://dev.twitter.com/discussions/19337 and these are Twitter’s Automation rules and best practices: https://support.twitter.com/articles/76915-automation-rules-and-best-practices.
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Opps, no auto follow, whatever will they think of next time
We know! There is a lot of debate going on over the necessity of turning it off – so fingers crossed. If and when they re-allow it, we’ll be sure to bring that auto follow back.
…Eh? Why exactly is it not allowed on Twitter anymore? D:
This Techcrunch article might help: http://techcrunch.com/2013/07/08/why-twitter-finally-killed-the-auto-follow-for-good/
Why DM is disabled ..?
DMs aren’t disabled. If you are facing issues, please send an email to info[at]justunfollow[dot]com.
Nice decision. But i have a question I have only followed 900 people. But twitter is saying that I have exceeded my follower list.