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March 4, 2012 / carlispina

Keep Track of Your Tweets with Twistory

For Twitter fans, it can be helpful to keep track of what you have tweeted about in the past. While Twitter offers the option to see past tweets, this is often cumbersome and slow to load, and there is no guarantee that you will be able to keep track of every tweet this way. Twistory offers an alternative for those who want ready access to their tweets and as a bonus, it helps users to visualize their tweets on a calendar.

With Twistory, users can quickly and easily add their past tweets to pretty much any type of web or desktop calendar with just one click. Once a Twitter account is tied to a calendar, Twistory will continue to update that calendar regularly to add any new tweets. Free accounts back up the last 30 days worth of tweets and update every couple of days, though for $1, users can upgrade to a pro account, which backs up all tweets up to the Twitter API limit, updates multiple times a day and also allows for the export of tweets as a .csv file. Currently, Twistory is only available to back up public Twitter accounts.

I found Twistory to be extremely simple to use. Once I connected my Twistory account to my Twitter account, my tweets were immediately added to my desktop calendar. Also, adding them to a Google calendar only required a couple of clicks. While some users have reported issues with Google calendar syncing in the past, my tweets immediately started populating my Google calendar as soon as I clicked the link. The display of the tweets in the calendar is also easy to read, which makes Twistory a good way to review past tweets. If you are looking for a way to keep track of your previous tweets or to back up your Twitter history, Twistory seems like a very user-friendly option.


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