You can use Twitter Advanced search, fill out the details in the People and Dates section.
Or you can directly give the date range in search bar with the Twitter handle. For example: from:Bloomberg since:2016-01-01 until:2017-11-28
It will list all the Tweets (including replies) between these dates from Bloomberg.
Downloading your Twitter archive allows you to browse a snapshot of your Twitter information, starting with your first Tweet. Behind link there is Twitter help page which explains how in 5 steps, step by step, request Twitter to create downloadable .zip archive of (quote) "your information from first twit". Since it might take time, they promise send you a ...
When Twitter released the Direct Messages feature, it was not possible to get back old messages due to technical choices and limitations. However, they have never been deleted and it is now possible to read any of the messages posted in a conversation using Direct Messages.
Sadly, the DMs are not part of your archive (because I guess it would require to ...
I've been having the same problem. I changed my email address on Twitter to one of my other addresses, got the email confirmation message and confirmed it, then changed it right back, then got another confirmation email. Once I confirmed that one, it allowed me to run my archive.
It seems like it just needed to get a little kick to get that email ...
For whatever reason, I found that the Yahoo address I was using would simply not accept the confirmation emails. I tried adding Twitter as a safe sender to no avail; the emails never showed up in Spam or anywhere else.
I then changed my Twitter account to use another Yahoo address, and it worked. The confirmation process for the new address was initiated ...
I had been having this same problem as well.
I saw a tweet that said if you have email notifications disabled, it won't send. Hopefully that will fix the problem. It didn't fix mine but it fixed several others'.
I have created a tool (https://github.com/Mincka/DMArchiver) to download my direct messages, with the ability to also download the uploaded images and GIFs (as MP4).
Because it does not rely on the API, it is possible to download more than 200 messages. The script just simulate the "scrolling" you can do manually in a conversation or on your phone.
In my case, it took about 3 weeks for my request archive to become undimmed. I never got it to change to the resend email link. Using safari on a macbook pro running os10.9.1 with all updates applied. I also never got an email with the link in it containing the archive dl thing.
My source for this is also personal experience.
Here is a screenshot of the ...
It would appear that a new archive of your tweets from Twitter can be requested every seven days or so.
Source: personal experience of now seeing a button to request an archive again, roughly 7 days after the date of the prior archive that has been generated.