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Your can use the twitter search tool for viewing old tweets for a specific date range !! . Use the twitter's advanced search. Advanced search lets you to search tweets from a specific user, in a particular time range. Hope this helps.


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If you're reading from the webapp then you'll need to hold down either Ctrl (on Windows) or Command (if you're on Mac) before clicking the embedded/replied-to tweet. That will open it up into a new tab (or new window depending on your browser settings).


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Login to your Twitter account. On the home page below your profile pic there is a tab called TWEETS (it also shows the total number of tweets), click on the TWEETS, it will list the all your tweets (retweets). But in case you have a huge number of tweets and want check any particular tweet or very old tweet, you can use Your Twitter archive. Once you ...


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Use   to pad out your bio to force it to a new line.


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If you are using a 3rd party app, rather than an official app released by Twitter (assuming there is such a thing - I'm not in iAnything user so cannot check), then it's possible that the 3rd party is injecting their own "sponsored" tweets into your feed. Check to see if there's an official app (or even a different 3rd party one) and start using that.


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You should be able to revoke access via the Web using by going into Settings, then apps. This article in the support docs goes through the process in more detail: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170805#revoke-access-web In there you should see "iOS by Apple", click on revoke access and this should log you out of all iOS device using your Twitter ...


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Unfortunately for iOS there is no option to do it remotely. You have to logout by using the same device in iOS case. Password changing is the option to logout from browser or Android but it will not work for iOS.


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Yes, it is a common practice to use Twitter for reading only. You can create a new private account with a random username (not anything that can be linked to you), follow the accounts you're interested in, and do not accept any follower requests. If you're particularly concerned about privacy, do this with a separate email account (not used for anything ...



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