I recently set a Twitter account to private, then couldn't figure out where to approve new followers.
Turns out, there are two ways to see who's requested to follow you: Open Twitter's web app, click the More menu in the left, then click the "Follower Requests" option in top of the menu—or you can open the follower page directly at twitter.com/follower_requests.
There, you can see who's requested and approve them to follow your private Twitter posts.
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