Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”.

It is estimated that every second, on average, around 6,000 tweets are tweeted on Twitter, which corresponds to over 350,000 tweets sent per minute, 500 million tweets per day, and around 200 billion tweets per year.

Suppose you want to find a specific @narendramodi tweet about Corona or you want to find @amazonIN tweet about an upcoming sale.

It is next to impossible to find the specific tweet you are looking for in this vast platform.

So we are here to tell you how to get solutions for that in a few easy steps.

Guide to use Twitter Advanced Search

1. Enter your search into the search bar on

2. Click Advanced search, located underneath Search filters on the upper right of your results page, or click More options and then click Advanced search

3. A pop menu like this will open up.

4. In the first row, enter all the words that you are looking for in a tweet. In the second row, you can enter the exact phrase that you want. Even the order of words should be the same. In the third row, you can enter any of the words that you think should be there in the tweet or if you are not sure then also.

5. In the fourth row, you can enter the words that you want to be excluded from the tweet, and in the fifth row, you can enter the hashtags that you think are related to that topic.

6. In the next section, you can add the twitter handle of the account whose tweet you are looking for.

7. In the second last section, you can enter the filters related to the engagement i.e. the minimum number of likes, replies, and retweets.

8. In the last section, you can enter the range of dates in which you think the tweet was tweeted.

If you follow all the steps given above properly you will be able to find and pinpoint any tweet available on twitter.

The cool thing about twitter advanced search is that you don’t even need an account on twitter to use it.

If you want you can directly access the advanced search using the given link Twitter Advanced Search

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