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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.
Yes. Yahoo's help article is a bit misleading. You don't need to log in to view your search history. Simply visit http://search.yahoo.com/history to view and manage your Yahoo! Search history.
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