3 Ways to Keep a Backup of Your Old Tweets
Twitter doesn’t let you view your tweets older than about one week, and even less if you are a prolific Tweeter Maniac.
However, there are some applications out there that will let you view your old tweets, and even download them to save them for backup.
My Preferred .
TwimeMachine will pull your older tweets into a single web page for you. Starting with the most recent and displaying them in reverse chronological order.
TwimeMachine doesn’t do much other than this, and it is restricted to 3,200 tweets as per Twitter’s restricted API access.
However, it is a fantastic way to quickly view all of your old tweets in one place.
Snap Bird is a powerful way to search through tweet history.
You can use it to view your old tweets dating as far back as the day you started using Twitter.
You simply enter your Twitter username in the search box and leave the search term blank to get Snap Bird to pull up all of your old Tweets.
You’ll get a list of 200 tweets to start, and you can continue to go back by 200 tweets at a time.
What is great you can also search for people’s favorites, tweets that mention you, and your sent and received direct messages.
You can also check your Hotel’s Competitors tweets or Reply, it can be another way to Spy on your Hotel’s Competitors ( see my former Post )
Tweet Scan You can choose whether to view just your old tweets, or include one or more of the following: @replies, your friends’ s tweets, your followers’s tweets, your direct messages, or your favorite tweets, you have just to check them.
Your tweets are presented in a like “rtf” format, which means you can make notes and edit the pages.
This service is definitely great for a view of your older tweets.
What do you think about the above Twitter Applications ?
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Posted by Alain Classe