As a result of the takeover by the new leader Elon Musk, there are rising concerns that the social media platform Twitter may shut down or experience general dysfunction.
Several people have also made the decision to stop using the social network.
Fortunately, Twitter provides a feature that enables you to download the archives of all your published tweets if you wish to keep track of your activity.
You must visit the social network's website to accomplish this.
On the homepage, click the "More" button, which is represented by the three little dots in the left navigation bar.
You must then choose "Settings and privacy" from the drop-down menu "Settings and support."
You must choose "Your account" from the popup that appears.
Then, select "Download an archive of your data" from this new menu.
The option "Request your data" is displayed following the account password entry and identification verification using a phone number or email address.
Probably a good time to remind my moots — Download your Twitter Data Archive.— Re1 🌙 (@n1chochill) November 18, 2022
It takes a bit of time, it may take up to 24Hours to appear, but its worth the shot to save all of your posts and datas. pic.twitter.com/Lzf2UvaYs8
Once you've completed all of these procedures, all that's left to do is wait — no more than 24 hours — for an email from the social network notifying you that the archives are available for download.
The download can be done using either this email or the settings by following the same steps as previously mentioned.
You only need to unzip the downloaded file to access all the tweets. The downloaded file will appear as a compressed file.