Did You Know You Can Download Your Tweets? Here’s How

Customers of Twitter can download a machine-readable archive of data related to their accounts in HTML and JSON format. Here's how to get your Twitter data.

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  • Planning to leave Twitter but don’t want to lose your tweets?
  • Customers of Twitter can download a machine-readable archive of data related to their accounts in HTML and JSON format.
  • Keep in mind that the steps are the same for Android and iOS devices.

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Planning to leave Twitter but don’t want to lose your tweets? Well, this news is just for you. You can archive and download your account data on the micro-blogging platform. According to a Twitter help page, you can download information such as your profile information, Tweets, Direct Messages, Moments, media (images, videos, and GIFs you've attached to Tweets, Direct Messages, or Moments), a list of your followers, a list of accounts that you are following, your address book, Lists that you've created, are a member of, or follow, interest and demographic information about you, and information about ads that you've seen or engaged with on Twitter.

Customers of Twitter can download a machine-readable archive of data related to their accounts in HTML and JSON format. Here's how to get your Twitter data:

On the internet:

- Sign in to your Twitter account on your computer.

- Go to the main menu on the left side of your screen and select 'More.'

- Choose Settings and Privacy right here.

- Select Your account here.

- After that, select Download an archive of your data.

- Confirm your password before selecting the Request archive.

On the smartphone:

- Keep in mind that the steps are the same for Android and iOS devices.

- Launch the Twitter app on your smartphone.

- Click the navigation menu icon to open the main menu.

- Next, tap on the Settings and Privacy option.

- Choose your account right here.

- Under Data and permissions, tap on your Twitter data.

- Confirm your password before tapping Request archive.

When your archive is complete, Twitter will send you an email and an in-app notification. It usually takes about 24 hours for the platform to share the data. The download will include a file called "Your archive," which will allow you to view your data in a desktop web browser.

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