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The proper way of doing it would require writing code. The "dirty" way of doing it is as follows: Install the Autoscroll extension on your Chrome browser Navigate to the users's Likes page: https://twitter.com/{username}/likes Click the Autoscroll extension button (⬇⬇) to automatically refresh all the likes effectuated by the desired user (may take some ...


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You can use - (a minus-sign) to negate. You can use from:<userid> to refer to a Twitter account. Putting those together, you can search for: Shadow Onyx -from:darkeclipse19 This will search for tweets containing both "Shadow" and "Onyx" (put quotes around them if you want to force it to look for them as a phrase), but will exclude any tweets from ...


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There are multiple reasons why you may not see some tweets when searching. Some possible reasons include: The user has a "protected" account If someone sets their Twitter profile to be protected, only their followers can view their tweets. You may only be viewing "Top" results In the Twitter web app, by default a search will return the top results. Check ...


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This may be a temporary issue. I searched #MyHashTag filter:images on Twitter.com and it returned many results.


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search string min_retweets:2 OR min_favs:2 And then, choose search filter "people you follow".


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