Unfortunately, Twitter only shows your last 3200 tweets on your timeline, which is insufficient if you're anything like me (I've been on Twitter since May 2009 and have far over 40,000 tweets).
But you don't need to worry about running out of space on your timeline. When you reach that point, Twitter will automatically archive some of your older tweets to save room for more recent updates.
In fact, according to Twitter's support page, you'll still be able to access all of your old tweets even after deleting your account completely. They claim that no one's timeline will be limited by this feature and anyone who has deleted their account won't be affected by it either. But since the company doesn't clearly state otherwise, we can assume that once your 3200 limit is reached, some archiving will take place.
You can check what time period has been archived so far on different devices by going to Settings > Your Account > Activity &; History. Here, you'll see a list of every country where your account is located along with the date when Twitter started storing there.
For example, my account is currently set to Japan with a storage start date of April 1st, 2012.
Twitter announces a follow limit of 400 per day, or 1,000 if your account is verified, in March 2019. The amount of characters in a tweet has been extended from 140 to 280 in November 2017. Twitter Restrictions Table
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Media files, URLs, and screen names in answers do not count towards the character limit as of September 2016. Spread out throughout a 24-hour period There are also half-hour constraints, so you won't be able to tweet all 2,400 in one sitting. For the time being, the half-hour limit is unclear. Retweets contribute to the limit. So do embedded images or videos.
The number of characters you can include in a tweet is limited to 140. This includes text, links, photos, and videos. However, users can exceed this character limit by tweeting hyperlinks or images that contain additional information. These extended character counts are called "tweet bubbles" and display above the tweet form.
In addition, Twitter imposes a maximum file size for media shared via its service. This restriction applies to both mobile devices and computers. Media files must be less than 10MB to be tweeted without breaking the limit.
However, if you share larger files, only certain components of these files will be displayed to readers. For example, if you share a PDF document with specific pages highlighted, only those pages will be visible to readers. Any page headers or footers not relevant to the topic at hand will not be included.
Twitter also limits the number of times you can retweet someone's message within a half-hour period. If you break this rule, your account may be temporarily locked out of tweeting until the next day.
Tweets older than a week may not appear in timelines or search results due to indexing capacity constraints. Old tweets are never lost, but they are not always visible. If you want to make your old tweets visible again, you can do so by using the search feature.
... and news outlets, text messaging is in their DNA. To avoid having to break cellular text messages into numerous pieces, Twitter's developers limited the length of a tweet to 140 characters, with the additional 20 reserved for the user's unique address. All tweets longer than 140 characters are truncated.
In addition to being shorter than many other social media posts, tweets can get attention faster because they're transmitted via cellular network rather than waiting for an internet connection. However, this convenience comes with a cost: Twitter's limit on character length creates some awkward situations when trying to send longer URLs or thoughts.
Twitter also limits profile information that can be included in a tweet to just your name, location, website, mobile phone number, and email address. If you have any other information to share, such as a photo, video, or file, you can include it by linking to another page on the web using what's called a "hashtag". For example, if I wanted to mention that my wife is from France but now lives in California, I could include the hashtag #wifefromfrance and anyone who followed such tags would see her name along with the comment.
There are several reasons why Twitter limits characters per tweet, including preventing spam and promoting conversation. By limiting the length of tweets, Twitter is giving people more opportunity to read and engage with others' ideas and opinions.
There were 339,289 tweets in all. There are 228,997 original tweets and 110,392 retweets among these tweets. Tweet Binder reports provide the user with not just basic statistics but also user rankings. These rankings are ideal for determining which kind of users are tweeting about the studied account. For example, women between 18 and 34 may find some of their favorite celebrities on this list.
The top five users by retweet count are: Barack Obama (President of the United States), Justin Bieber (Canadian singer), Justin Timberlake (American actor), Lady Gaga (American singer), and Tom Brady (American football player).
The top five users by original tweet count are: Barack Obama, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Miley Cyrus.
These figures may help you to understand how popular a given user is on Twitter. However, they cannot be used as evidence that the corresponding user is responsible for any specific event or issue because there are other factors related to popularity on social media. For example, an account could have high numbers simply because it was recently created.
It's also important to remember that Twitter users can create multiple accounts for different purposes. Thus, the number of retweets an account receives doesn't necessarily indicate the amount of influence that account has over others.
Twitter was founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams and debuted in July of that year. By 2012, Twitter over 100 million users were tweeting 340 million times every day, and the service was handling an average of 1.6 billion search requests per day. In 2013, Twitter reached its initial public offering market price of $26 per share.
In 2014, Twitter had more than 300 million monthly active users who generated approximately 5 billion tweets. It also earned nearly $700 million in revenue, of which $100 million came from advertising.
Twitter's business model is based on charges to advertisers for promotional services called "promoted tweets". These are messages that appear at the top of someone's feed. They are selected by advertisers who pay a fee for their appearance there. The number of people who see these ads depends on how much it costs to display them. Users can opt out of receiving some types of promoted tweet by changing their preferences within the app.
The site also offers other services including SMS messaging, video streaming, and mobile phone applications.
It is estimated that 90% of US smartphone owners have used Twitter at least once. According to Pew Research Center's Internet & Social Media Survey, 87% of Americans use social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter.