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After rewording a few times in Google, finally found it with: "manage twitter mutes" Just visit this settings page dedicated to managing your muted members: https://twitter.com/settings/muted And you will be presented with something like this: Image courtesy of Martin Brinkmann at www.ghacks.net Original link: ...
There's nothing that we can do to help you. You're going to need to get in touch with Twitter support. From the Twitter Help Center: How to tell if your account is suspended: If you suspect your account is suspended, log in to Twitter.com. You should see a prompt informing you that your account is currently suspended. How to expedite the ...
When you look at his Twitter profile, the "Tweets" will show all of his tweets and retweets. The "Tweets and Replies" will show all of his tweets, retweets, and replies to people. You cannot see the tweets that people sent to him (including the one you wrote to him) on his profile. However, you can search for tweets sent to him by using the Twitter ...
Yes - he can see it, but you can't see all tweets related to him. You can see your tweet related to him on your timeline. Or you can see his tweet related to 3rd person only if you both follow him.
In my quick tests, npr -npr.org seems to work pretty well. There's definitely a difference between that and just npr. With the latter I do see links to npr.org, but none if I exclude it. Of course, I'd also expect that to exclude tweets where someone has simply put npr.org in their text, but that may just be a side-effect you'll have to live with. More ...
If you want good readability and fidelity to the original form, use #foo_Bar_baz; If you want good searchability, check which form is preexisting and use the same if the occurrences is somewhat significant.
You can't choose the start and end message IDs, but you can use a date range. from:codinghorror since:2014-10-01 until:2014-10-05 The above search will give you all of the tweets from Jeff Atwood from October 1 to October 5. (Twitter Advanced Search Operators)
I created a service called https://www.MyTweetAlerts.com built specifically for this purpose, to search Twitter not only based on your keywords but also other criteria like number of followers and location. You can then set up email alerts to receive these tweets on whatever schedule you choose.
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