Social networks like Twitter are very popular among users in Europe. Like other social networks such as Facebook or Instagram, it accumulates a large amount of data on users who have an account. The good part is that we always have the option to download said data, so that we can see it all.
Having control over the data social media has accumulated about us is useful. Therefore, this may interest you download all the data that Twitter has accumulated from you over time. This is a process that we can follow from the app on Android or in the web version of it.
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Download your Twitter data
You may have been using the social network for a long time, both on Android and on your computer, which makes it possible to a large amount of data has been accumulated over time. Knowing what this data the social network has about you actually is is a good option, in case you later want to adjust the privacy.
- Open Twitter on your phone.
- Click on the three vertical bands to display the side menu.
- Go to Settings and Privacy.
- Enter your account.
- Go to the Your Twitter data section.
- Enter your password and click Confirm.
- Click the blue button that says File Request.
- Wait for the data to be sent to you.
With these steps we make the request or the request to the social network. When we have completed these steps, a confirmation is received that this request has been made and we will then have to wait for them to process it. Once this data is ready, we are informed by email. There is a maximum of one request per month, so if we make one, we will not be able to request this file again in 30 days.
When the download is ready, we can access the settings again in the Twitter app. There we meet with the possibility of downloading data
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