Twitter probably has a fraction of the data on you that other Big Tech firms possess. It’s pretty much limited to your tweets, ad clicks, followers, tweet location history, and any media you’ve uploaded.

  1. Log into your Twitter account on the web and go to your account settings.
  2. Click “Request your archive.”
  3. Twitter doesn’t give you the option of what data to include in your archive. When the archive is ready, you’ll get an email with a “Go” button in it. Click on the Go button to log in to your Twitter account and download a ZIP file of your Twitter archive.
  4. Unzip the file and click the “index.html” file to view your archive.