If you are a regular Twitter user, chances are that you spend a lot of time searching for specific tweets or accounts on Twitter. The Twitter search feature helps its users to look for accounts or keywords. However, with the lack of adequate search filters, the normal Twitter search can get quite frustrating.
If you’re partly sure of the accounts or keywords you are searching for, the advanced Twitter search can be handy. With the advanced search, you can search for exact words, specific words, hashtags, and accounts you are looking for. The date filter can help you in performing your search on specific dates. Nonetheless, searching using an advanced Twitter search can be time-consuming because of the lack of location and other filters.
In this article, we will look at the simplest and fastest way to perform a Twitter search using Circleboom. The presence of filters and ease of using the tool can make search much faster for you.
How to Make Twitter Search Simpler?
Search for Twitter Accounts
Circleboom’s smart search can help you find Twitter accounts that you’ve been looking for in seconds. Login to the Circleboom app, go the “Search” on the left menu and select “Smart Search.”
- With Circleboom’s smart search, you can add additional filters to narrow down your search. You can select accounts by selecting the minimum and the maximum number of followers, friends, and tweets.
- You can only look for verified accounts and avoid spam accounts in your search results. To look for the latest accounts or old accounts, you can use the Twitter join date filter.
- You can also use the language and location filter to find the exact accounts. While using the location filter, please remember to use all the possible locations of the geography you’re targeting. For example: If you’re looking for New York, search for options like, “New York, “NY”, “NYC”, “Newyork” to get more accurate results. The location filter will match the location exactly to the location added by the user in their Twitter profile.
- Once you hit on the search icon, Circleboom will give you a list of all the Twitter accounts that match with your filter. You can look at their tweets, followers, friends, and last tweet before you decide to visit their accounts and follow them.
Search your old Tweets
Circleboom can also help you spot your own old tweets within seconds. To search your old tweets, click on “My Tweets” -> “Delete Tweets.” This will list your last 3,600 tweets that you have posted on Twitter.
The grid power search can help you quickly find the tweet you have been looking for by typing the keyword/name/hashtag/location/date on the grid power search. Just type what you’re looking for and you will have the filtered result.
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The Circleboom search feature is definitely much easier than using the Twitter search or advanced search if you have to perform searches often. If you’ve any questions in using the search functionality, you can share it in the comments below.