Twitter's Advanced Search

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Nowadays Twitter offers a massive amount of exciting content with hundreds of millions of tweets a day. Therefore it’s almost impossible to find something specific without some additional filtering. Here’s the tool which might help you - Twitter’s Advanced Search.

As Twitter has previously stated, the Advanced Search offers filtering options that can help you find very specific content. For instance, you could see every tweet from a current day, by someone in your local area, with the phrase “where is the best bar?”. You could filter to see everything a particular person tweeted in last month. You could find all the users who have “yoga teacher” in their bios and so much more. You could find a tweet by remembering a phrase in it — even if you forgot who tweeted it.

How to use advanced search:

  1. Enter your search into the search bar on twitter.com;
  2. At the top of your results page, click More options and then click Advanced search;
  3. Fill in the appropriate fields to refine your search results;
  4. Click Search to see your results.

There are many ways to use search on Twitter. You can find tweets from yourself, friends, local start-ups and everyone from well-known celebrities to politicians. By searching for topic keywords or hashtags, you can follow ongoing conversations about breaking news or personal interests.

Twitter gives an advice how to rafine an advanced search results by using any combination of the fields below:

Words:

  • Tweets containing all words in any position (“Twitter” and “search”)
  • Tweets containing exact phrases (“Twitter search”)
  • Tweets containing any of the words (“Twitter” or “search”)
  • Tweets excluding specific words (“Twitter” but not “search”)
  • Tweets with a specific hashtag (#twitter)
  • Tweets in a specific language (written in English)

People:

  • Tweets from a specific account (Tweeted by “@TwitterComms”)
  • Tweets sent as replies to a specific account (in reply to “@TwitterComms”)
  • Tweets that mention a specific account (Tweet includes “@TwitterComms”)

Places:

  • Tweets sent from a geographic location, e.g. a specific city, state, country
  • Use the place dropdown to select the geographic location

Dates:

  • Tweets sent before a specific date, after a specific date or within a date range
  • Use the calendar dropdown to select a “from” date, “to” date or both
  • Search for tweets from any date since the first public tweet

With Twitter’s Advanced Search, you can create complex searches with keywords that are relevant to you. Learn how to use Twitter Advanced Search, and hunt down leads, discover new opportunities, and find a valuable information much easier now!

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