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Why can't I see my tweets? My profile says I sent 46 (and I did), but when I click on Tweets, I cannot see them and Twitter says:

Send your first Tweet!

Why is that?

(one of my tweets is from yesterday, so not the issue you refer to about old tweets)

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Your 46 Tweets should be visible on your profile page: https://twitter.com/YOURUSERNAME or try: https://www.allmytweets.net/connect/

You can also try to download your Twitter archive which allows you to browse a snapshot of your Twitter information, starting with your first Tweet. To download and view your Twitter archive:

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https://help.twitter.com/en/search?q=archive

Other option would be to paste this string into Twitter's search box:

from:YOURUSERNAME since:2007-01-01 until:2019-01-19

  • note: click All to see every tweet from this time period

...or use Twiter's advanced search:

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https://twitter.com/search-advanced?lang=en

  • Precisely, when I go to twitter.com/YOURUSERNAME, I see a blank page saying Send your first Tweet. I can try the alternative method, but this won't let me delete a tweet I want to delete – cyrilmadrid Jan 19 at 9:39
  • I just requested my archive and i get a blank file. However my profile says I have 46 tweets – cyrilmadrid Jan 19 at 9:42
  • is it because it says my tweets are protected ? – cyrilmadrid Jan 19 at 9:49
  • i am on desktop – cyrilmadrid Jan 19 at 9:49
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    well, i used one of these apps to delete the tweet i wanted, but I do not understand why I have never been able to see my tweets – cyrilmadrid Jan 19 at 10:47

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