Twitter History

First came the filters, now another new Twitter feature has started rolling out. Some lucky users—and soon all of us—are now able to download their entire Twitter history.

Twitter has finally provided the option to download all your tweets –…

— Navjot Singh (@nspeaks) December 16, 2012

Go to Twitter settings. Scroll down to “Your Twitter Archive”. Download ALL your tweets. Even your first. DO IT. DO EEEEEET NOW!

— Psanta(@Psilosophy) December 16, 2012

As promised by Twitter CEO Dick Costello, Twitter is now letting you download a collection of every tweet you’ve ever tweeted, beyond the mere 3,200 tweet limit imposed by the Twitter API. If the option is available to you, it can be found under settings. Once you request your archive, all you have to do is wait, and Twitter will send you an email when it’ ready.

When delivered, the archive is presented as a zipped HTML file which displays the tweets in a calender-like format, a better deal than a straight-up list of text. So get ready to dive into your own personal Twitter past. Or don’t. There could be some embarassing stuff back there. [The Next Web]