How do you save someone else’s twitter feed?
Aha! Saving Tweets from Any Twitter Feed
- Find the Twitter feed you want to save. In my case, it’s @MarsCuriosity.
- Go to the site All My Tweets. …
- Enter the Twitter username you’re interested in and click “Get Tweets.” The page will load all the tweets from that Twitter feed.
- Collect the tweets.
How do you save a tweet as a picture?
You can now get images or screenshots of tweets using the @aissistant handle on twitter. Retweet or reply to any tweet with the comment “@aissistant #image” to get an image. Retweet or reply to any tweet with the comment “@aissistant #screenshot” to get a screenshot.
Can you archive a tweet?
Step two: Archive your tweets (if you want)
To access your archive, head over to Twitter Settings, click on the “Your Twitter Data” tab on the left-hand column, and scroll down to “Twitter Archive.” From there, you can request your archive be sent to the email address associated with your Twitter account.
Can you screenshot a tweet?
For news, whether online or print, it’s okay to use screenshots of Tweets. The permission applies more to merchandise, billboards, etc. Users’ rights are key. In other words, screenshot away, bloggers.
Does Twitter let you know when someone looks at your profile?
Simply put, no. There is no way for a Twitter user to know exactly who views their Twitter or specific tweets; there’s no Twitter search for that kind of thing. The only way to know for sure if someone has seen your Twitter page or posts is through direct engagement — a reply, a favorite, or a retweet.
How do you find a deleted tweet?
Step #1: Go to Google Search and search for your Twitter page. Here, click on the down arrow next to the URL of your Twitter profile. Step #2: Click on “Cached” to see deleted tweets through the previously cached version of your profile. With that, you can also find another user’s deleted tweets.
Can you hide a tweet without deleting it?
To hide a tweet, tap on the menu arrow in the upper right corner of the tweet, then choose the new ‘Hide reply’ option on the menu that appears. In addition to hiding the tweet, Twitter will prompt the user to choose whether they would like to block the people who shared the hidden tweet.