Download, Archive & Search All Your Twitter Tweets
Recently, Twitter has been announced another new feature for twitter users. It is rolling out a “Download all your Tweets” feature.
If anyone wants to download their archive then check out your setting area and look for the new “Your Twitter archive” feature:
You may occur some problem while downloading your tweet archive so, Don’t be surprised if you get an error message like this:
# How to use your Twitter archive data
The simplest way to use your Twitter archive data is through the archive browser interface provided in this file. Just double-click index.html from the root folder and you can browse your entire history of Tweets from inside your browser.
In the `data` folder, your Twitter archive is present in two formats: JSON and CSV exports by month and year.
* CSV is a generic format that can be imported into many data tools, spreadsheet applications, or consumed simply using a programming language.
## JSON for Developers
* The JSON export contains a full representation of your Tweets as returned by v1.1 of the Twitter API. See https://dev.twitter.com/docs/api/1.1 for more information. * The JSON export is also used to power the archive browser interface (index.html). * To consume the export in a generic JSON parser in any language, strip the first and last lines of each file.
To provide feedback, ask questions, or share ideas with other Twitter developers, join the discussion forums on https://dev.twitter.com.Select that index.html file is fairly easy.
You also scan your archived tweets by date or even search them: Here is a sample screen shot.