Twitter Archive Adds 12 New Languages, Includes Danish, Japanese, Russian, Chinese

Posted on Mar 22 2013 - 5:30am by Karan Chopra

With merely few days, when Twitter announced that Twitter archives will be available in 12 more languages, including Dutch, Hindi and Farsi, the company today announced the another batch of languages that the Twitter Archive will now support. The new added languages include Danish, Filipino, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and Urdu.

In case, if Twitter Archive is something new to you, then log in to your Twitter account, go to your account settings on Twitter.com and you can request your Twitter Archive. The micro-blogging website will take only a few minutes to compile and then email the results to you in your own desired language. The Archive package that you will receive will includes an HTML browser interface file and CSV and JSON exports.

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