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Search Twitter by keyword or hashtags and save matching tweets in a Google Spreadsheet automatically. Use the archive to download your brand mentions, conference tweets, geo-tagged tweets and more.
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Overview
The Twitter Archiver lets you easily save tweets for any search keyword or hashtag in a Google Spreadsheet. 

Enter a search query, or an hashtag, and all matching tweets are automatically saved in the Google Sheet. You can write simple queries, use boolean search or include advanced Twitter search operators to create more complex queries.

Twitter Archiver can be used for saving tweets around trending hashtags, conference tweets, your brand mentions, geo-tagged tweets, and more. It polls twitter every hour and pulls all the matching tweets into the Google Spreadsheet.

YouTube Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGU7azCYFpw

Twitter FAQ: https://www.labnol.org/internet/save-twitter-hashtag-tweets/6505/

Twitter Search Tricks: https://www.labnol.org/internet/twitter-search-tricks/13693/

Please watch the video tutorial to know more about the Twitter add-on and how it works with the Twitter API to fetch tweets for matching search queries. The Twitter app only uses your Twitter account for fetching / search tweets and will never post any tweets to your account.

The add-on is free though you can upgrade to premium edition to capture more search terms. The premium version also includes supports and polls twitter more frequently (every 10-15 minutes) to download new tweets. Go to https://digitalinspiration.com/GA05 to upgrade to premium edition.

For support, email amit@labnol.org or tweet @labnol
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Tweet Archiver will ask for the permissions shown below. Learn more
Tweet Archiver will need access to your Google account
This will allow Tweet Archiver to :
See, edit, create, and delete all your Google Sheets spreadsheets
Connect to an external service
Allow this application to run when you are not present
Send email as you
See your primary Google Account email address
See your personal info, including any personal info you've made publicly available
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A User of Tweet Archiver
July 10, 2018
If you want to limit free users to a single search, that is of course your right. But free-version limits, and especially such severe ones, should be mentioned in the Google Store. I spent a little time looking into this add-on, loading it, and getting it ready, and I was quite surprised that when I went to create my second search, it would cost me $30 per year. For that much, having a single search is not enough to fairly test the add-on, and I ended up simply deleting it. Looks like a good add-on, but I guess I'll never know.
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A User of Tweet Archiver
July 13, 2019
So I installed the trial version a few days ago and it appears to be working as expected. It would be nice if the developer provided more information on the advanced search parameters that can be used. Maybe I just missed it somewhere, but the trial version seems to limit ones ability to explore the product adequately.
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A User of Tweet Archiver
November 3, 2015
Excellent Twitter curator and search. We use for our humanitarian cause to track human right violations, disease outbreaks, relief and development efforts in most distressed regions in the world. The tool is easy to use and the integration with Google Sheet makes it incredibly easy to share and analyze data for further insights and decision making.
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A User of Tweet Archiver
June 21, 2016
Love it. I use it to monitor the class hashtags for the journalism classes I teach. Students are required to tweet daily using the class hashtag, and this enables me to track their activities without following their accounts. It is also a useful tool for journalists or PR people to track trending hashtags. The small price for the premium version is well worth the investment.
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A User of Tweet Archiver
September 30, 2016
Works great! The only thing I wish it could do is pull unique results only, rather than duplicates. You can remove duplicates using another addon however if someone changes 1 word in the tweet it will be considered unique. Therefore you must manually go through the list deleting the duplicates.
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A User of Tweet Archiver
June 17, 2018
Edit - The add-on works perfectly again, he responded quickly to my complaint and fixed it. Love Labnol products!
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Danilo Sierra
March 31, 2017
Very useful! The setup is a bit tricky if you have a company type of email but other than that is perfect and is already helping us with a big project. Thank you!
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A User of Tweet Archiver
March 15, 2016
very simple and clean twitter feed importer. I'm currently comparing my results for a certain keyword with my results from Tweepy and they are identical (!!!). Yet the formatting by this tool beats tweepy by a long shot. It comes down to a choice between messy, manual, free twitter harvesting vs clean, automatic, paid (one-time-payment) harvesting. Toughhh to decide!!!
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A User of Tweet Archiver
February 4, 2017
It is an amazing tool, used it for my Social Media Analysis Project. Hats off to the developers!!! Cheers
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A User of Tweet Archiver
January 10, 2018
Interesting app, however, you cannot always see an entire tweet. It will cutoff halfway through a tweet, around 114 characters. Before September 2017, Twitter had a 140 character limit, but now has 280 characters.Therefore, you may only end up collecting 114/280 characters or 41% of all potential content. This isn't really communicated in the video demonstration, and was quite a surprise when I finishing up formatting. The demonstration video was slightly misleading in that respect. example tweet output: Leaving Camp David for the White House. Great meetings with the Cabinet and Military on many very important subject… https://t.co/HHQLScpuHt Tweet will have a trailing "..." followed by link the rest of the tweet. I really hope this is fixed as otherwise this is a tool with a lot of potential.
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