Thursday, 02 June 2022 06:25

How to use advanced search on Twitter

By  [Source: This article was published in geeky-gadgets.com By Roland Hutchinson]

With hundreds of millions of tweets sent every day, it can be challenging to find what you are looking for on the platform; this is where advanced search can help your find what you want on Twitter.

As well to the standard search there is an Advanced Search feature on Twitter. The Advanced search is more useful than the regular search on the platform. It makes finding things easier on Twitter, and this guide will show you how to get the best out of the advanced search feature.  

How do I use the advanced search feature?

You can use the advanced search feature on Twitter from Twitter.com; you will need to sign in to use this feature.

To use this feature,  go to the search bar on Twitter and enter your search term; now,  press enter, and the results will display. You will see some search filters on the right side of your screen; at the bottom of these is the Advanced search.

A new menu will appear on your screen, the advanced search menu; you can now add more information on what you would like to search for. You can also use the feature by going to the advanced search page.

You can choose from All of these words, an exact phrase, any words, specific hashtags, change to a different language, search for tweets from particular accounts, and much more.

Twitter will then show you a range of results based on the search criteria you have entered; this allows you to search for much more specific information.

You can also refine your advanced search even further; several different things can be used to search, including words, people, places, dates, and much more.

The advanced search feature on Twitter will allow you to combine a range of fields to provide you with a much more tailored search and also provide you with more customized search results.

We hope you find this guide helpful; please leave a comment below if you have any questions. You can find out more information about using this feature on Twitter.

[Source: This article was published in geeky-gadgets.com By Roland Hutchinson - Uploaded by the Association Member: Joshua Simon]

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