It looks like Twitter are finally rolling out the option to download all your tweets. If you are still itching to get your data this Google Spreadsheet template should help.
Here’s a Google Spreadsheet template I’ve developed from some leftovers which pulls data together from comment feeds, Twitter and Delicious (with social counts for these plus Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+)
Another look at feeding the Timeline tool developed by Verite using media extract from tweets by Topsy. This time the spreadsheet template is designed to be more flexible so that anyone can use it.
Update: New version of this spreadsheet template here There’s a new kid on the block if you are considering an open source timeline tools. For a long time the Simile […]
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