Download and Analyze Hashtag or Keyword-related Tweets
Export into Excel for free up to 2,000 recent tweets containing your choice of hashtags, keywords, and user mentions posted in the last 10 days
All you need is a Twitter account.
Get all the tweets of any hashtag, keyword, or user of your choice from Twitter's entire history.
Track all the tweets about any hashtag, keyword, or user of your choice that are being posted in real-time.
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Export into Excel upto 3,200 tweets posted most recently by a user of your choice.
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Export into Excel
Once up to 2000 recent tweets related to a tracker are downloaded, you can export the details of each of these tweets into Excel for further analysis and usage. The Excel file would contain a fine granular-level information such as the text of the tweet, who created it, the number of likes and retweets it has received, the type of the tweet, whether it contains rich media, and the time of its creation among others.
Filter based on the media content
Rich media such as photos, videos, and GIFs are often used in Twitter which typically get a lot of engagement in the form of likes and retweets. You can use the filter to parse tweets containing only photos, videos, or GIFs.
Sort based on engagement or recency
You can sort all the downloaded tweets based on their published dates, or the number of likes and retweets they received.
Discover what's popular
Understand how popular the tracker is over time
See how many tweets are posted and how well they are liked and retweeted over a period of time.
Learn various aspects of content used
Find out the most popular hashtags, languages, Twitter clients, and shared web content in these tracker-related tweets.
Know the most influential users
Get the users with most followers who are posting content related to the tracker as well as the users who are being talked about the most.