What to KnowGo to the Twitter advanced search tool and enter your Twitter handle in the From These Accounts field.Search for tweets from more than one account by entering multiple Twitter handles and separating each with a comma and space.To download your entire Twitter archive, go to More > Settings and privacy > Download an archive of your data.
This article explains how to search your own tweets on Twitter using a web browser or the Twitter mobile app.
How to Use Twitter's Advanced Search Tool
Twitter's basic search function is available from virtually every Twitter page or mobile app tab, but for more specific searches, you need to access its advanced search tool. Here's how:
Navigate to twitter.com/search-advanced in a web browser.
Locate the From These Accounts field and type in your own Twitter handle. This ensures that all of the search results you receive are only from your own account.
Fill out at least one other field to help narrow down your results. If you just have a basic word or phrase to search, use the first All of these words field.
You can also search by:An exact phrase.Any group of words.None of a group of specific words.Specific hashtags.Any language.Tweets to specific users.User mentions.Locations.Date or time period.Happy face signs :) or sad face signs :(.Question marks.Retweets included.
Click the Search button to see your results, which display directly on Twitter.
For example, to search for any tweets about Facebook from the @Ach5Tech Twitter account. You would type "Ach5tech" in the From these accounts field and the word "Facebook" in the All of these words field.
After selecting Search, you see a regular search results page of all the tweets from @Ach5Tech containing the term "Facebook" listed in order of most recent.
You can also search for tweets from multiple accounts. You can do that by typing multiple Twitter handles in the From these accounts field and separating each with a comma and space.
Optional Alternative: Download Your Twitter Archive to Search Your Tweets
Twitter's Advanced Search is the fastest way to search through your own tweets, or for any tweets at all for that matter. But if you want, you can get access to all the tweets you've ever sent by downloading your entire Twitter archive. Here's how:
Go to More > Settings and privacy > Download an archive of your data. You need to enter your password to access the page. From there, select Request archive.
You might have to wait some time before you receive your archive, but when you do, it's in a ZIP file you can download to your computer. There you can access a list of your tweets in a spreadsheet format, which you can search through.