GET followers/list

Returns a cursored collection of user objects for users following the specified user.

At this time, results are ordered with the most recent following first — however, this ordering is subject to unannounced change and eventual consistency issues. Results are given in groups of 20 users and multiple "pages" of results can be navigated through using the next_cursor value in subsequent requests. See Using cursors to navigate collections for more information.

Resource URL

https://api.twitter.com/1.1/followers/list.json

Resource Information

Response formats JSON
Requires authentication? Yes
Rate limited? Yes
Requests / 15-min window (user auth) 15
Requests / 15-min window (app auth) 15

Parameters

Name Required Description Default Value Example
user_id optional The ID of the user for whom to return results. 12345
screen_name optional The screen name of the user for whom to return results. twitterdev
cursor semi-optional

Causes the results to be broken into pages. If no cursor is provided, a value of -1 will be assumed, which is the first "page."

The response from the API will include a previous_cursor and next_cursor to allow paging back and forth. See Using cursors to navigate collections for more information.

-1 12893764510938
count optional The number of users to return per page, up to a maximum of 200. Defaults to 20. 42
skip_status optional When set to either true, t or 1, statuses will not be included in the returned user objects. If set to any other value, statuses will be included. false false
include_user_entities optional The user object entities node will not be included when set to false. true false

Example Request

GET https://api.twitter.com/1.1/followers/list.json?cursor=-1&screen_name=twitterdev&skip_status=true&include_user_entities=false

Example Response

{
  "users": [
      {user-object},
      {user-object},
      {user-object}
  ],
  "next_cursor": 1489467234237774933,
  "next_cursor_str": "1489467234237774933",
  "previous_cursor": 0,
  "previous_cursor_str": "0"
}

For more detail, see the user-object definition.