How can I find my old tweets?

Go to https://twitter.com/search-advanced. Enter “From these accounts” icon under “People” and type your username. Use the pop-up calendar tool and select the date range of the tweets you are looking for. Click the “Latest” button to see your old tweets from this period.

How do I see all my old tweets?

Login to your Twitter account, and go to Twitter’s advanced search page. 5. To see every tweet from that period, click on the “Latest” tab. This should return a list of every tweet you sent between the “from” and “until” dates you specified.

How do you see your old tweets on the app?

How to Find Old Tweets on Android

  1. Open the Android Twitter app and log-in your account.
  2. Click the search tab in the lower section of the page and type “from: [username]” to find your old tweets.
  3. If you are looking for the old tweets of a certain user, type “from:” and then the user’s username.

How far back can I search my tweets?

Unfortunately, Twitter only displays your last 3200 tweets in your timeline, so if you’re anything like me (I’ve been on Twitter since May 2009 and have well over 40,000 tweets), that won’t cut it.

Why can’t I see old tweets?

If you deleted a lot Tweets because you wanted a fresh start on Twitter, read about how to delete multiple Tweets. Tweets more than a week old may fail to display in timelines or search because of indexing capacity restrictions. Old Tweets are never lost, but cannot always be displayed.

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How do you go back to years on Twitter?

How can I access old tweets from an account?

  1. Go to Twitter.
  2. Type from:@account.
  3. Select the time frame since:year-month-day until:year-month-day.
  4. Click on search.

How long do tweets stay in timeline?

After deactivating a Twitter account, the data remains in Twitter’s archives for 30 days before being permanently deleted.

Why can’t I search my tweets?

If your account does not appear in Accounts (or People if you’re using a mobile device) search results, check the following: Is your name and bio filled in? Twitter Accounts search surfaces results with preference to those who have a complete name, username, and bio on their profile.