Many people prefer to use Twitter for social networking rather than Facebook or other platforms. Hence, their accounts are more active than other users because they use the platform extensively.
The platform provides you with an option that allows you to download your entire account data to your phone or computer, and this data includes all the Tweets you have posted as well as any photo or follow-up made through your account.
You can do this via their Twitter mobile app or directly from their website.
This method works through mobile applications or the Twitter website, and the interface choices may differ, but they have the same name and are in the same place.
You must first go to the settings and privacy section of your account via the application or website. Then go to your account section.
After that, you choose to upload your data history to the platform, and this is transferred to the page, entering the password and confirming your account.
When the next page appears, you need to click on the request data option, and then you have to wait a while for this data to be processed.
You will then find an email in the account you used to register Twitter telling you that your data is ready and that you can upload it now.
You must click on the word download data and go to its link. You can also go directly to the list of downloading data from the application or website to find your data ready for download from there.
When you have finished downloading the data, you will find this data in a zip file, you must decompress this file to your computer.
You will find a large set of files that resulted from this zip file, in order to be able to access your account data head to Your Archive.html.
This file opens a special page that Twitter has designed for you, and that page displays a summary of your activity on the platform.
It also includes a wide range of data that advertisers and the platform collect about you and use directly in ads.
And if you want to access all the photos you’ve posted on Twitter, you’ll find a folder called tweet_media.
This file contains all the files and photos that you have posted on Twitter. You also find a file called Readme, which contains an explanation of all files and data downloaded from Twitter.