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Advanced Search

Improve your search query with a wide variety of parameters to only get the data that you need. Save compute power with pinpoint data retrieval with Advanced Search.

Parameters​

  1. Keyword Filters:

    • Use specific keywords or phrases to refine your search, e.g., "#web3", "blockchain", or "crypto conference".
    • Use boolean operators to combine searches: "#web3 AND blockchain" or "crypto NOT scam".
  2. Account Filters:

    • From a specific account: from:elonmusk
    • To a specific account: to:coinbase
    • Mentioning a specific account: @binance
  3. Link Inclusion:

    • Tweets containing links: #web3 filter:links
  4. Engagement Threshold:

    • While the Twitter API doesn’t provide filtering by engagement, with the Twitter Crawler you can filter tweets based on a threshold of likes, retweets, or replies.
  5. Date Filters:

    • Tweets sent before a date: #web3 until:2023-09-01
    • Tweets sent since a date: #web3 since:2023-01-01
  6. Additional Filters:

    • Tweets containing images: #web3 filter:images
    • Tweets containing videos: #web3 filter:videos
    • Positive sentiment: #web3 :)
    • Negative sentiment: #web3 :(
    • Excluding retweets: #web3 -filter:retweets
    • Questions: #web3 ?

By combining these advanced search features, you can gather highly tailored data that optimizes data retrieval and reduces compute power needed. For example, if a company wants to research public sentiment around Web3 over a specific period, you could use:

"#web3 :) since:2023-01-01 until:2023-09-01 filter:links from:trustedsource"

This would fetch positive sentiment tweets containing links about Web3 from a trusted source between January 1, 2023, and September 1, 2023. Granularity like this is invaluable for researchers, marketers, and brands.