How to Retrieve Your Twitter Archive

Ever wonder what your first tweet was? Well, Twitter allows you to download your archive so you can take a stroll down memory lane. For brands, this can be helpful as you look for examples of what you executed for a certain campaign, a certain season, holiday or even to look through tweets that garnered the most engagement. Twitter not only allows you to pull content from last year, but multiple years. Learn how to retrieve your old tweets by following the steps below:

First, log in. Once you've logged into Twitter, go to your settings and scroll to the very bottom. You should see a section that allows you to request your archive. 

Once you click on the button, you'll see a notification that verifies that Twitter is putting your report together.

You'll get an email notifying you that your Twitter archive is ready. It should look something like the screenshot below: 

That's all there is to it! If you found this tutorial helpful, let us know in the comments. 

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