Friday, March 31, 2023

How to save an archive of your Twitter data

You can save an archive of your tweets and other Twitter data information. Regardless of how you feel about the social network, you ought to keep a backup.

Twitter appears to change every day right now. You’re likely thinking about quitting the social network, or also you may set on staying for now. When your data is in an online program that is having problems, it is smart to make a backup. For Twitter, this means saving a copy of your account’s history.

In addition to your tweets and profile information, your Twitter archive will include information about the apps and devices you used to access the service, the accounts you did block or muted, your interests and other ad data, and any direct messages you received from other users.

Requesting a download of your Twitter archive is easy.

In the right-hand column of the settings page, you can find out how to download and save your Twitter archive data.

  • More is in the left-hand menu of the online app. On a mobile device, tap your profile picture in the top left corner to get there.
  • After clicking Settings and Support, go to Your Account. (If time is a factor, you can also use this link.)
  • “Download a copy of your data” It’s possibly necessary to verify your account.
  • Choose Archive Request.

Twitter says it could take up to 24 hours to get the link to download your archived data.

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After you’ve gotten all of your information, you may decide to close your account. Regardless of how your Twitter experience turns out, at least you get this record to look back on.

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