List

When you choose the list view, the list of the found Tweets is displayed.

See the section Anatomy of a Tweet to understand the displayed items.

Sections of the sidebar are specific to this view mode:

In general, the Tweets and likes come from your Twitter profile. It is also possible to add Tweets manually if wished.

By default, the search results are limited to 1,000 Tweets. Click on View parameters, then Maximum number of results to change this parameter by default.

By default, a results page contains 10 Tweets. Click on View parameters, then Number of results per page to change this parameter by default.

Low values of these parameters make the application more responsive, high values allow you to view more results with fewer interventions.

Click on Order to select the attribute to use for ordering the Tweets and on Direction to choose the direction.

The relevance order is only useful when using the text filter: the Tweets are then ranked according to how close the search text and the actual text are. In this case, use the descendant direction.

The upper part shows the number of found Tweets, the number of displayed Tweets (depends on the number of results view parameter) and the number of selected Tweets (see Bulk actions).

The lower part contains two checkboxes: one to select or deselect all the Tweets from the current page, the second allows you to select or deselect all Tweets of all pages (see Bulk actions).

A Tweet is composed of 3 areas (separated in the following example for more clarity):

Content area

This area contains essentially the same information as on Twitter, with some differences:

  • A badge located below the profile image shows the verified accounts: this is the case for our example.
  • After the username some indicators appear, related to the author: number of followers and followings, number of lists of which he is a member, number of Tweets and likes.
  • When the Tweet was retweeted by the working account, the Retweet date is indicated: it is preceded by a Retweet symbol, as shown in the example.
  • The Retweet or like indicators are on if they are from the Retweets or likes of the working account . If you click on these indicators, the usual actions are performed (commented Retweets are not supported for now) using the working account.
  • The images or videos not stored on Twitter's servers are not displayed: they appear as a link in the text.
  • For now, the answers are not supported. It is the same concerned the Twitter's actions available when clicking ••• (but it is possible to mute or block the account by switching to the author's display).

Attributes area

To the left of the area, a checkbox allows you to select or deselect the Tweet for bulk actions.

At the top of the area you have, from left to right:

  • A Twitter symbol: a click on it allows you to view the Tweet on Twitter.
  • A series of 5 stars allowing to attribute to the tweet a rating from 1 to 5.
  • The tags assigned to the Tweet: see Tags.

At the bottom of the area, dates are displayed:

  • Adding date : this is the date when the Tweet was added to the application. This is usually the date of synchronization that imported the related Tweet, but in the case of a manual addition, it is the date of the addition.
  • Modification date : the date of the last action performed on the Tweet (Retweet, adding of a tag, …).
  • Deletion date : this date is only present if the Tweet is in the trash and it is the date where it was put there.

Actions area

This area usually contains a Menu button. By clicking on this button, you access available actions.

See Actions for a list of available actions.

The actions available for now are:

Add/remove tags

See Tags.

Delete

Put the Tweet into the trash.

When the trash is emptied, the Tweet will only be deleted from the application: it will still be present on your Twitter profile. Furthermore, all its occurences (as Tweets, Retweets or likes) will also be deleted.

See Trash for details.

Restore

Remove the Tweet from the trash.

See Trash for details.

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Displays information about the author of the Tweet, as they appear in the Community module. This allows you for example to access the actions that are normally possible in the Community module only. To return to the display of the Tweet, click on the gray banner Return to Tweet.

This section describes the bulk actions available for Tweets.

For more information on how bulk actions work, see the Generalities about bulk actions.

Delete

This action puts all selected Tweets in the trash. The Tweets that are already in the Trash are ignored.

Restore

This action removes all selected Tweets from the trash. The Tweets that are not in the trash are ignored.

Add a tag

This action adds a tag of your choice to all selected Tweets. The Tweets that already have this tag are ignored.

Remove a tag

This action removes a tag of your choice from all selected Tweets. The Tweets that do not have this tag are ignored.

When you import your Tweets and likes from your Twitter profile, some likes may be missing. This is due to the fact that Twitter uses the creation date of the Tweet and not the date of the like to order the likes. As the application imports only the new likes based on this order during each synchronization, an old Tweet liked recently will not appear. This is one of the reasons why it is useful to add a Tweet manually.

To add a Tweet manually, get its url (the number is sufficient but it is usually easier to retrieve the full address), enter it in the input box and click the Add button.

The fastest way to get the Tweet address, which should work whether the tweet is displayed on Twitter or on a website, is to right click on the date of the tweet and choose Copy the address of the link. All you have to do now is to paste the url into the input field as above and click on Add.