When Twitter started rolling out the option for users to download their tweets and retweets from days past back in December 2012, it said it only did so for a small percentage of users whose language is set to English.
Today, the company is expanding the scope, also enabling the fresh feature for users whose language is set to the following languages: Hindi, Farsi, French, Hebrew, German, Spanish, Dutch, Malaysian, Norwegian, Finnish, Hungarian and Polish.
Your Twitter Archive is now avail. in: Dutch, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, & Spanish.
— Twitter (@twitter) March 11, 2013
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If you’re keeping count: that means the so-called ‘Twitter Archive’ option is now available in 13 languages.
To obtain your archive, go to the Settings area and look for the new “Your Twitter archive” feature (or the equivalent in your native language, obviously). Once requested, you’ll receive a link to download a ZIP file of your tweet archive by email.
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