Archive and Save Tweets with TAGS Worksheet

Twitter TAGs is a Google Spreadsheet created by Martin Hawksey to automatically save copies of tweets to a Google Spreadsheet for a specific hashtag or search item. By collecting this data, the spreadsheet offers a number of ways to view a summary of the activity, including a visualized “Conversation Explorer”. We recommend setting up a new TAGs spreadsheet every time you start a project where participants will communicate via a hashtag. One important note is that due to limitations of the… Read more »

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