Did you know that Twitter has a feature that lets you get a copy of your entire tweet history? Available as an offline archive, it lets you see all your tweets in a nicely formatted HTML file viewable directly from your browser, or a CSV file.
In this post, we will show you how to download your Twitter archive and how to view your entire tweet history using a browser or a basic spreadsheet such as Excel or Numbers.
Your Twitter username, or Twitter handle, is basically your identity on the social network. This is how people can find you and send you messages, either with a public mention or via DM. As you grow with the times, you may come to a point where you want to change your existing username to something new.
Fortunately, Twitter makes it very easy for you to change your Twitter handle, and in this tutorial we’ll show you how to change it.
Are you a fan of Twitter for iPhone? If so, keep in mind that all those photos, videos and other media files you encounter while browsing the timeline get cached on your device for faster access in the future.
Should you ever be greeted with that infamous “Not Enough Storage on iPhone” prompt, here's how you can clear Twitter for iOS’s caches and see how much on-device storage space has been consumed by web data and media.
Twitter has many user-focused tools for curbing offensive or abusive content on the service. If you prefer using the micro-blogging service in your web browser, you may want to enable a pair of toggles in settings to prevent unwanted content from cluttering your search results.
You can tell Twitter to prevent sensitive content as well as tweets from blocked and muted accounts from polluting your search results on Twitter.com, here's how.
Twitter is popular among iPhone and iPad users, and it can easily consume vast amounts of our cellular data when you're using the app and aren't connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to reduce the amount of data used by Twitter. In this tutorial, we'll show you some of the best ways to do it with the app's own settings.
Any time someone mentions you on Twitter, you will see the person's full tweet in your Notifications timeline.
Twitter includes tools to help filter out the junk from stuff you care about, so if you want to keep yourself from having to look at junk in your Notifications timeline, then you might want to enable Twitter's quality filtering tools.
By default, Twitter takes viewer discretion into consideration and imposes censorship on content that some users may find hurtful or offensive, but not everyone feels they need to be censored. Some people would prefer to view their Twitter feed in full without it.
For anyone who doesn't like the censored Twitter feed experience, there is a simple setting you can change so you’ll always see everything that pops up in your Twitter feed. We’ll show you how in this tutorial.
When you have lots of Birthdays and holidays coming up and you want to wish all your friends and family the best, it can be hard to keep track of these dates on a day-to-day basis.
Fortunately, a useful utility app called Delayd is available for free in the iOS App Store that will allow you to schedule messages to your loved ones so you don't have to remember to send those special messages when the day finally comes.
In this piece, we'll talk about how Delayd works and show you how you can use it to schedule messages to people, but keep in mind the app can also be used for scheduling emails, Facebook posts, and Tweets in addition to SMS messages.
A lot of people are saying that Twitter is not doing a very good job of stopping spammy posts from appearing in their timelines, and I concur.
My Twitter feed used to be infested with spammy weight loss messages from apps and unwanted tweets from games. Worse, I've noticed that some applications caused unwanted behavior on my account, like following other users and retweeting on my behalf.
For its part, Twitter lets users select which apps are allowed to post on the service on their behalf. It's actually incredibly easy to stop unwanted apps from spamming you on Twitter with just a few clicks, let me show you how.
Twitter recently unveiled a new feature that lets you elect to have the service surface new and interesting content at the top of your timeline since your last visit.
Called “Show me the best tweets first,” it's a staggered release so not everyone may have it at the same time although the majority of Twitter's user base should now see this option in their settings.
This post will take you through the steps you need to take in order to enable this feature in Twitter's mobile apps and in the desktop interface, so that you never miss important updates from people you follow.
Having videos play automatically as you scroll through your Twitter timeline is cool unless the convenience comes at the expense of your mobile service bill. If you're on a metered data plan, auto-playing videos can quickly eat into your data allowance and incur unwanted overage charges.
In this post, you will learn how to adjust your autoplay settings for videos, and animated GIF images on Twitter, including turning off the feature entirely across Twitter's mobile and desktop interfaces.