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Direct messages are not a part of the Twitter archive, it only contains your tweets and retweets. If you have deleted a direct message, there unfortunately is no way to get it back.


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Out of plain ole curiosity about this topic, our isolated experimental results just confirmed that Bibhas's answer may not be the case at all for public tweets, which probably means DM, too. We would have expected him to be right. However, we used a couple of different delete-all tools over past couple weeks to give 'em time to work in two batches of 3,200 ...


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It seems that twitlistmanager could do the job, although I haven't tested it.


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I didn't find a way to automatically move. You have to do it manually and for that here you go.. Create a list Enter list details Add user to the list View private list.


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The API will only load some max number of the most recent tweets to populate your timeline. Depending on how many people you follow, that could mean a days' worth or mere hours' worth of tweets. Sorry.


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Not anymore. According to this official blog post, all RSS feeds that were provided by Twitter in the past were deprecated in 2013. JSON is API v1.1’s only output format. XML, RSS, and ATOM response formats will be retired along with API v1.


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I have found that using http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline.rss?screen_name=xxxxx works for me, replace the xxxxx with your twitter ID/username.


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This is and issue with Twitter not the client. The only way to fix this is to: ( Did not say how long you have been waiting) Most likely wait it out ( it may be experience lots of traffic, therefore making it lag) Send in a complaint letter to Twitter support. Refresh the page (if you haven't already done so) That's all you can really do, as I said ...


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You have couple of options: Prefix a .(or anything as a first character, as workaround of twitter's feature of message starting with @ being shown only to your followers who follow the OP) before the OP's twitter handle so that it becomes a public tweet and notifying the OP about your message With the quote tweet feature, you can now click on the Retweet ...


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You can change the background from the Design section of twitter settings. Head over to Design Settings by clicking on your Profile picture → Settings → Design you can select a premade theme, or customize the Background image / position and the entering the background & overall profile theme colours



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