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I'm no longer getting tweets based on the person I unfollowed, even though I still have her on a private twitter list. It must have been a "wait a bit" scenario.
Ended up using the Twitter API tool. More specifically, their API Console Tool. Had to authorise my Twitter account, but I got the entire timestamp of the tweet, down to the second!
The "who to follow" dialogue after tweeting is a Twitter feature—the list is generated automatically. Twitter has a support article with some details about how it decides who appears there.
There is no user interface on Twitter for this.
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This is now possible using Twitter’s First Tweet tool. Go here and insert the username. There's a #FirstTweet for everything. Find anyone's first Tweet. Just enter the @username below to get started — where it all started. Please note that if the user has a protected account, this tool doesn’t work.
Most of the time i too gets the same issue. But this seems to be browser related issue because for slow connection they show message like "Loading seems to be slow.Please wait". They have certain limits for tweeting etc.so there may some rule applicable to listing of tweets too. But however, there is way to get archive in the account.
Twitter recently announced that they've made the search index of all public tweets available. Re/code says: Previously, when you ran a search on Twitter.com or within the app, the search results prioritized tweets with high engagement (favorites and retweets), but didn’t include all tweets that might fit that search query. Now, every tweet relevant to ...
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