3 Things That You Can do by Downloading all Your Tweets From Twitter

3 Things That You Can do by Downloading all Your Tweets From Twitter

Twitter, just recently, announced that it would allow its users to download all of their tweets since the time they began using the service. And just a few days ago, they made good on their promise by allowing their users access to their personal data. In doing so, Twitter has caught up with companies like Facebook and Google, who allows their users access to their own personal information at any point of time.

But what does one do with a whole bunch of tweets, one might ask. While there aren’t too many tools that allows one to do a lot of cool things with large amounts of data, that’s going to change in the future. So, here are some ideas that can help you get started with what you can do with your archive of tweets: #1: Tell the story of your Life Over the years, the things we’ve tweeted about rarely ever change, and this can be confirmed by similar words and phrases we use time and time again. When you download this data, you can
structure in such a manner that it can tell the story of your life.

#2: Find older tweets Almost anyone with a Twitter account would have at some point tweeted something important. With
this feature, you can easily find what you said and when you said – a walk down memory lane that can serve to reveal how much you’ve grown. #3: Share your moments with kids, friends and family Twitter functions as a digital scrapbook, if you will. You can not only share special moments with family and friends who don’t use Twitter but probably also your kids when they grow up and have a
Twitter account of their own.