If you’ve been to Twitter for a quite a long time, perhaps you’d want to go back in time and check your tweets. Twitter became our instant partner in expressing our thoughts and reactions whether it’s in the real or cyber world.
In a blog post, Twitter announced that users can now download an archive of their tweets so you can start searching for those past moments you have shared on your Twitter timeline.
Though this feature is not yet available on most users as the current setup only allows accounts that are set to English, other users won’t have to wait too long as Twitter is on its way of making this tweet archiving available to all.
The introduction of this Twitter archive will give you access to your past tweets including retweets back to the first message that you’ve tweeted. Per Twitter, you can even engage yourself with your old tweets just as you would with your current ones.
To check if the feature is already available on your Twitter account, you may just go to Settings and check the bottom of the page if there’s an option there to archive your Twitter timeline.
In case your account is one of the lucky ones to get this latest Twitter feature, you may also share your moments by tweeting it and using the hashtag #TwitterArchive.
Last modified: December 19, 2012