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Have you tried to search to: ? (leaving blank after the colon) It seems to work in my drive.
select the option "Sort by date" in google scholar. then select the Search: "abstracts" button. only searches Articles added in the last year, sorted by date.
You can only use the search within Twitter if you're logged in. If you don't want to register an account you'll need to use a different method. Most search engines let you limit your search to a particular site. Google and Bing use this syntax: site:twitter.com "search terms"
To select all archived cards edited more than 2 days ago you can use: is:archived -edited:2 The edited operator selects cards that have been edited within the time specific. Numeric values are interpreted as days. Additional selectors are :week and :month. The minus sign (-) inverts the behavior of that operator. In this case -edited:2 means "Edited more ...
Downloading your Twitter archive allows you to browse a snapshot of your Twitter information, starting with your first Tweet. Behind link there is Twitter help page which explains how in 5 steps, step by step, request Twitter to create downloadable .zip archive of (quote) "your information from first twit". Since it might take time, they promise send you a ...
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