Twitter Archive Now Supports 12 New Languages

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Twitter has just announced that they've made Twitter archive available for a bunch of new languages: Danish, Filipino, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Urdu. Now, Twitter users using the service in those languages can access and download a complete archive of every tweet they ever sent.

As you may remember, Twitter opened up their archive service to English-speaking users back in December of 2012, after promising the service for a few months. With the Twitter archive, users get to look at every single tweet they ever made - including retweets. It's a nice trip down memory lane, but beware: it's pretty painful to see how much of a Twitter-noob you were when you first began.

If you want to obtain your Twitter archive, simply go to your settings (desktop). Scroll all the way to the bottom and you'll see a link the says request your archive." Once you click it, Twitter will let you know that it may take a few minutes to prepare. When it's ready, Twitter will email you a link.

Twitter has been busy adding language support for Twitter archive. Earlier this month, they added support for another 12 languages: Dutch, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, & Spanish. That brings the total up to 25 languages supported by Twitter's archive feature.

Josh Wolford
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