|uksglive - use tabs at bottom of spreadsheet|
|Created by mhawksey. Read more about this at:|
|With this spreadsheet you can:|
|- automatically pull results from a Twitter Search into a Google Spreadsheet|
|UKSG twitter archive|
See the Archive worksheet (tab below) for archive of tweets.
The Archive is collected using the scripting functionality within Google Spreadsheets. The Twitter archiving was developed and documented by Martin Hawksey (see links above). The UKSG twitter archive based on Martin's template was set up by Chris Keene.
For tweets before 2012 see https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AhQrW07ARKGcdHNXcDE2UXh4SmJFZUJ5SnhBS0tMVEE&usp=sharing
|Who are you||http://docs.google.com||<- twitter like to know who you are site/blog url. Without this Twitter might stop giving results to you|
|Search term||uksglive||<- can be as complex as you like and include search operators|
|Period||default||<- if NOT using default switch to 'paged' below|
|No. results||1000||<- how greedy you want the search to be (max 1500 per search)|
|Continuous/paged||continuous||<- continuous will add results to a single sheet, paged adds results to a new sheet|
|Turn your archive into an interactive online resource using TAGSExplorer - see http://bit.ly/TAGSsetup|
|Pre 2012 tweets|