How To Search Tweets With Particular Word, Hashtags, Phrase From Any Account?

by Ultron
Twitter Advance Search

Twitter is a fun place for celebrities and common people to tweet about what’s on their mind. It could be either some information or just a sarcastic meme. You might be familiar with the fact that many celebrities have an account on Twitter and they actively tweeting on Twitter for years now.

Whenever something happens let’s a major event or something like that or even the celebrities get caught on the news, you see their old tweets becoming viral on the internet. Do you ever wonder how these people find out about the tweets?

Well in this article I am going to tell you and easiest way where you can search a tweet from a specific account along with the following parameters:

  • From specific account
  • With phrase
  • With keywords
  • similar Match
  • Exact match
  • Hashtags
  • Any of these words
  • None of these words


1] Sign into your Twitter account and go to the Advanced Search page on Twitter.
You can Visit Advance search here: Twitter Advance Search

Twitter Advance Search Method

2] Enter your username under the “People” headline (with no “@”) in the “From these accounts” field. Ex: tech_hacksaver

3] Fill the word details like, Phrase you want in word,Any of these words,Some of words and words which you don’t want. You can also specify the words and Hashtags too.

4] Select the start and end dates under ‘Dates,’ for your search.

Twitter Advance Search

5] Click Search, and you want Twitter now will return a list of the top tweets from that Time period.

6] Done! Now you will have access to all the tweets!


You may have found this blue bar at the top of the search results page if you used Twitter’s advanced search to search for old tweets.

Twitter calls “search operators” the strings of text within this bar. You can use them directly in the main Twitter search box to conduct advanced searches without having to visit the advanced search tab.

The ореrаtоrѕ we’re іntеrеѕtеd in tоdау are thе “frоm:,” “ѕіnсе:” and “untіl:” оnеѕ. Hеrе’ѕ whаt each оnе оf them does:

Typing “frоm:uѕеrnаmе” іntо Twitter ѕеаrсh wіll rеturn аll tweets ѕеnt bу @uѕеrnаmе | Example: @tech_hacksaver

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Tуріng “ѕіnсе:уууу-mm-dd” іntо Twіttеr ѕеаrсh wіll rеturn аll twееtѕ sent ѕіnсе уууу-mm-dd

Tуріng “untіl:уууу-mm-dd” іntо Twitter ѕеаrсh wіll rеturn аll twееtѕ ѕеnt untіl yyyy-mm-dd

You саn аlѕо combine thеѕе operators іntо one bіg ореrаtоr tо реrfоrm thе same аdvаnсеd search we dіd іn Mеthоd #1. (Sіmрlу еntеr them іntо thе search bаr ѕераrаtеd by a ѕіnglе space, аѕ shown bеlоw.)

Frоm:uѕеrnаmе ѕіnсе:уууу-mm-dd until:yyyy-mm-dd

For еxаmрlе, іf wе wаntеd to ѕеаrсh for tweets ѕеnt bу @tech_hacksaver bеtwееn oct 1-30, 2020, we would еntеr thе fоllоwіng ѕtrіng іntо ѕеаrсh:

From:tech_hacksaver ѕіnсе:2020-10-5 untіl:2020-11-12


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